Worry Angels


Grace suggests that new school, new home and the separation of her parents may be too much for Amy-May to cope with. Grace offers respite at her art-house, where there’s sand, and treasure boxes, chocolate cake and papier-mâché angels. There’s also Rima, a Syrian refugee, trying to pick up the pieces at the art house, after leaving terror and uncertainty.

This gentle, word perfect book offers consolation, consideration and counsel to readers. We recommend ‘Worry Angels‘ to those aged from 9 or 10 years old.


Worry Angels

Sita Brahmachari, with illustrations by Jane Ray

(Barrington Stoke)

Grace has the worries of the world on her shoulders. She needs respite, but this respite opens up a whole new world to her, through a fledgling friendship with Rima, a Syrian refugee. This thoughtful novel, dyslexia friendly, offers words of empathy, counsel and care. We recommend ‘Worry Angels‘ to readers aged from 10 years.


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