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The List of Things that Will Not Change

The List of Things that Will Not Change

Rebecca Stead

Mom and Dad told me about the divorce at a ‘family meeting’. I sat on the couch, between them. They didn’t look happy, and I suddenly got worried that something was wrong with our cat, Red. That they were going to tell me he was dying. But that wasn’t it.

When Bea’s parents got divorced, there were big changes for Bea, and also lots of things that stayed the same. But it’s not always easy living in two separate apartments.

When her dad announces that he and his boyfriend, Jesse, are getting married, Bea is excited that Jesse’s daughter will become the sister she’s always wanted. But as the wedding approaches, Bea’s joy is clouded by a terrible secret she has kept hidden since last summer.

Rebecca Stead’s delightful middle-grade novel about family and friendship will be loved by young readers.

Rebecca Stead
About the Author

Rebecca Stead is the author of First Light, When You Reach Me (a New York Times bestseller and Newbery Medal winner), Liar & Spy (Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize winner and New York Times bestseller) and Goodbye Stranger (a New York Times notable book). She lives in New York City with her family. Visit her online at rebeccasteadbooks.com...

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Extent:
256pp
Format:
Paperback
Text publication date:
15 April 2020
ISBN:
9781922268679
AU Price:
$16.99
NZ Price:
$21.00
Reading age:
8+
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Praise for Rebecca Stead
andThe List of Things that Will Not Change

‘A beautiful reminder of the importance of making mistakes, feeling feelings, and forgiving yourself.’

‘[Rebecca Stead] can see into the souls of young people.’

‘[Stead has] a profound appreciation for the young people she writes for…She creates the kind of situations that would shatter a vulnerable thirteen-year-old girl but somehow manages to do so with a deft, light touch full of empathy and humour.’

‘A beautiful reminder of the importance of making mistakes, feeling feelings, and forgiving yourself.’