UPDATE: (New cover & interview) Good read: Bring Me Sunshine by Wendy Storer
“Bring Me Sunshine has been short-listed for the Mslexia Children’s Novel Award 2012/13. Daisy’s dad forgets to get dressed sometimes. Little brother Sam hates being told what to do. And Daisy feels more like a parent than a thirteen year-old girl. There’s no time for homework, no time for friends, and even worse, she is not allowed to play the drums any more. And then Dylan Bell moves back into town; a glimmer of sunshine in Daisy’s gloomy existence. There’s something really cute about Dylan these days, and it’s great he’s learned the guitar and wants them to be in a band together; but how is Daisy going to find the time?
Bring Me Sunshine is an inspirational story about following your heart, never giving up and living in the moment.”
This book touches on Dementia, so if you’re a young carer looking after your love one who has Dementia this is an excellent book that will inspire you.
Download “Bring Me Sunshine” and Wendy’s other exceptional book “Where Bluebirds Fly” here.