by Julie Jensen
Caitlin's world has always been black and white. As an 11-year-old on the autism spectrum, she used to rely on her older brother Devon to help make sense of things beyond dictionaries, schedules, and the facial expressions chart at school. But now that Devon is... gone, she's all on her own. With the support of her dad, teachers, and a new friend, Caitlin begins to understand how to process her grief, embrace the "messiness" of emotions, and use her burgeoning artistic talents to move on.
Adapted from the National Book Award-winning novel by Kathryn Erskine, this story explores how grief, and childhood, matter to all of us.