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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

A Child Fights Through...

Love, Aubrey

Love, Aubrey

By: Suzanne LeFleur

Genre: Juvenile fiction

Pages: 272

Published: 2009

Audiobook: 5 CD’s (6 hours)

Read: December

3.5 out of 5

A tragic accident leaves an 11 year old and her mother without their family. Then, the mother cannot handle the pain and disappears. While Aubrey struggles with losing her family and then being abandoned by her mother, she writes letters to several individuals always signing them “Love, Aubrey.”  This is the second novel of LeFleur’s that I listened to. Although having different narrators they were both awesome audiobooks. I have not read any of her books, so I cannot compare audio to the physical book, however the audio definitely held my attention throughout. I would recommend this novel to any child who has unexpected lost a family member or adult role model.

Her website is SuzanneLafleur.com 

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