On the Shores of Darkness There is Light by Cordelia Strube. Published by ECW

Precocious 11 year old Harriet is a budding artist, years older than her actual age. She deals with a fractured family and her father’s and mother’s new love interests and her little brother, Irwin, who suffers from hydrocephalus. Harriet plans to leave her life behind and live in Algonquin Park, and finances her upcoming move by running errands for the elderly residents of her apartment building. While she can’t wait to leave, Irwin can’t stand the thought of living without her, and it is ultimately Irwin who is the one who is able to save his sister. This is a gentle, funny, sweet beautiful story that you will never forget

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