Blackberries in the Dark

by Mavis Jukes
Blackberries in the Dark
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994.

A boy copes with the loss of his grandfather and builds a new relationship with his grandmother.

Good Points:

  • A sensitive tale, well-written.
  • Beautiful illustrations.

Other Notes:

  • Good for independent reading or out-loud.

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