Mayday –

In The Tradition Of Counting By S And The Thing About Jellyfish, A Heartwarming Coming Of Age Story About Grief, Family, Friendship, And The Importance Of Finding Your Voice Wayne Kovok Lives In A World Of After After His Uncle In The Army Was Killed Overseas After Wayne And His Mother Survived A Plane Crash While Coming Back From The Funeral After He Lost His VoiceWayne Has Always Used His Love Of Facts To Communicate Did You Know People Die Each Year From Shaking A Vending Machine Than From Shark Attacks Without His Voice, How Will He Wow The Prettiest Girl In School How Will He Stand Up To His Drill Sergeant Grandfather And How Will He Share His Hopes With His Deadbeat Dad It S Not Until Wayne Loses His Voice Completely That He Realizes How Much Hedoesn T SayFilled With Karen Harrington S Signature Heart And Humor, Mayday Tackles An Unforgettable Journey Of Family And Friendship

5 thoughts on “Mayday

  1. says:

    Amazing book a little mature in subject matter death and abuse for my 11 year old girl, but we read it together and it opened up some great dialogues for us

  2. says:

    This book had so many good qualities well developed characters, lots of humor, and sad moments Every young teen should read this.

  3. says:

    I really liked this book Brought inner thoughts and not being able to express yourself into a whole new light Oh, how i wish we could all go back to the adversities of 6th grade

  4. says:

    So well written This story will grab ahold of your heart and keep it all the way to the end

  5. says:

    My daughter had to read this for reading club this summer.