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Download Ù The Black Hole Who Lives in Our House Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É [Reading] ➽ The Black Hole Who Lives in Our House Author Michelle Cuevas – Gwairsoft.co.uk A girl's friendship with a lonely black hole leads her to face her own sadnessWhen Minders of her dead father that are just Black Hole Who Lives in PDF or too painful to have aroundIt's not until Stella her younger brother Cosmo the family puppy and even the bathroom tub all get swallowed up by the black hole that Stella comes to realize she has been letting her own grief consume her And that's not the only thing she realizes as she attempts to get back home. I didn’t know anything about the book when I first picked it up What I thought would be a cute middle grade fantasy novel turned out to be much meaningful than I anticipated It is a story about a girl dealing with grief after her father’s death About how avoidance is not the best solution to your problems and how by trying to forget the bad things you inevitably let go of some of the good as well

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Ng he touches which is challenging to say the least but also Black Hole Who PDFEPUB #195 turns out to be a convenient way to get rid of those items that Stella doesn't want around Soon the ugly sweaters her aunt has made for her all disappear within the black hole as does Black Hole Who Lives in PDF or the smelly class hamster she's taking care of and most important all the re. The Care and Feeding of a Pet Black Hole is about a girl who unexpectedly finds a black hole while on her way home from NASA and decides to keep it for a pet But Stella has also recently lost her father and her pet black hole becomes something oh so much The metaphor of grief as a black hole is such a simple yet profound comparison It both helps children understand an abstract concept and gives those in the throes of grief something tangible to hold on to A bonus Stella is FUNNY I loved her wit her sass and her skeptical yet hopeful outlook I can see myself giving this to students who have had a loss in the hope that it will both help them understand a very difficult concept and help them through their own grieving process The only thing I wished was that we found out a little bit about why Stella didn't have any friends but I suppose that's a thought for another bookPersonally this book was what I needed in this moment Full disclosure I lost my dad when I was 16 to a heart attack and my sweet mom just 4 months ago to cancer I had an inkling from a friend that this book touched on loss But I had no idea how much I would laugh cry and heal by reading a middle grade realistic fictionsci fi blend I read parts out loud to my sister over FaceTime then ended up reading her the last three chapters in their entirety sobbing the whole time This beautiful work will stay with me for a long long time

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The Black Hole Who Lives in Our HouseA girl's friendship Hole Who Kindle #208 with a lonely black hole leads her to face her own sadnessWhen eleven year old Stella Rodriguez shows up at NASA to reuest that her recording be included in Carl Sagan's Golden The Black MOBI #234 Record something unexpected happens A black hole follows her home and sets out to live in her house as a pet The black hole swallows everythi. I truly could not have loved this book Hilarious creative uirky and totally filled my heartbroken soul I might be in my 30s but this helped heal me after the loss of my dad than lots of “grown up” books have An incredible book that I can’t wait to share with both the little kids AND big kids who need it “You can always tell a weirdo by the way they don’t find weird activities the least bit weird”“A person can’t just be the good parts For a person to be a person you have to allow them to have an east and a west and a south too”“Currently we were hovering above the River of Words you had the idea to cut up the words and make the river out of them You said it was where a person could go fishing for new ideas and whole new sentences”“This sentence believes we ruin things if we try to make them last foreverThis sentence is really a map which is really a memory which is really a wish to go home”“He’s gone” I said “and there’s a hole in my life”“And I realized how much I missed you And how much Cosmo missed you And how much Cosmo needed me And how much I needed him right back And so we talked about everything that we remembered We talked about big days and small days We talked until I felt as if you were there almost or at least until the part of you that was in Cosmo and the part of you that was in me were both shining so brightly it didn’t seem like there was any dark left in the black hole at all”“I closed my eyes feeling a point of infinite love and infinite grief and comfort in knowing for the first time that I have infinite space inside for both”“And that’s when I knew I could stay here forever lost in a memory But that’s not what you would have wanted It’s not I realized how I wanted to spend my life either”“It would truly be a long journey without you”— There’s a hole at the center but that’s okay because it’s full of such beautiful beautiful things