Milo: Sticky Notes and Brain Freeze

The Wimpy Kid... with death. Milo tells of his year of loss in diary entries, cartoons and sticky notes. Ever since his mother died, there’s not much Milo likes anymore. Nothing’s the same. Not his dad. Not his sister. Definitely not himself. Milo is secretly in love with the girl he sneezed over on the first day of his new school. Plus, he’s struggling to cope with being the new kid. Can this loveable thirteen-year-old geek survive a school year filled with painful reminders of his old life?

  • Funny and poignant story told in text and cartoons
  • Explores grief and loss in a realistic and witty way
  • By the acclaimed author and cartoonist of Pond Scum
  • “A profound slice of one boy’s life.” School Library Journal

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