For as long as Grace could remember, her parents had been having "words". Those words were either very quiet, seeping out from between clenched teeth, or very loud, jetting out of gaping mouths. But Grace didn't worry because her parents loved each other very much. That's what they said, every time after they had words.
Here is my sixth recommendation for the year, our first summer read. Shooting Butterflies by Marika Cobbold is a book about the dynamics of family relationships and how we stand up to what life throws at us. Here is the worksheet.
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