The Worry Knot by Mary Bleckwehl – Review by Karen Pearman

The Worry KnotThe Worry Knot by Mary Evanson Bleckwehl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WHAT A BOOK! I was not expecting the young adult book that I picked up and read by a new author to me. I was expecting your typical middle school nonsense and mischievous shenanigans that accompany this age of a kid. What I got was something totally out of the ordinary and a story that truly touched my heart. PLEASE LET YOUR KIDS READ THIS BOOK! This story deals with some deep matters that are prevalent in many lives of our kids today, especially autism. The main character is a male that is so concerned with not only his friends, but his brother with special needs as well. There is a lot of laughter in this story mixed with some sadness and seriousness as well. But it is so heartwarming to read, and I highly recommend that all kids read this book. I think it will encourage them to look at their life as well as the lives of others in a more meaningful way.

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