See You at Harry's
Twelve-year-old Fern feels invisible in her family, where grumpy eighteen-year-old Sarah is working at the family restaurant, fourteen-year-old Holden is struggling with school bullies and his emerging homosexuality, and adorable, three-year-old Charlie is always the center of attention, and when tragedy strikes, the fragile bond holding the family together is stretched almost to the breaking point.
Family Relationships; LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Family member death; Gay/Lesbian; death of a sibling; death of a brother; gay; gay teenager
mother and father
Silver Inky, 2013, Short List
Amazon Editors' Picks: Best Books of the Year, 2012 Middle Grade
Best Children's Books of the Year, 2013 Today
Capitol Choices: Noteworthy Books for Children and Teens, 2013
Choices, 2013 Fiction Young Adult
Kirkus Book Review Stars, 2012
New York Times Notable Children's Books, 2012
Rainbow List, 2013 Middle Early Young Adult Fiction
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults, 2013
families; brothers and sisters; grief; restaurants; self-perception; family business; tragedy; absentee parents
Knowles, Jo, "See You at Harry's" (2012). Diverse Families. 1461.