Amy May knows about webs of worries – so many people she meets are caught in them, from her own artist dad to newly arrived refugee Rima and her family. By being brave enough to open up her worry box, Amy May helps all those around her find a way forward. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers.
14 August 2018
This book was not amazing but not bad. My favourite character is Amy May (the main character) because she is comforting and a hard worker.
23 July 2019
I would recommend it to people that feels sad sometimes because the main character feels quite sad but through the book she gets happier and makes one or two friends.