Thanks a Lot, Universe

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Now in paperback, a moving contemporary middle-grade novel for anyone who’s ever felt like they don’t belong

This book is not yet published, but will be available from August 2022.

ISBN: 9781419751035 Category:

Chad Lucas

Description

Brian has always been anxious, whether at home, or in class, or on the basketball court. His dad tries to get him to stand up for himself and his mom helps as much as she can. But after he and his brother are placed in foster care, Brian starts having panic attacks. And he doesn’t quite know if there’s something wrong with him . . .

Ezra’s always been popular. He’s friends with most of the kids on his basketball team-even Brian, who doesn’t talk to many people. But now, some of his friends have been acting differently, and Brian seems to be pulling away. Ezra wants to help, but he worries if he’s too nice to Brian, his friends will realize that he has a crush on him . . .

But when Brian and his brother run away, Ezra has no choice but to take the leap and reach out to Brian. And Brian realizes that he could really use a friend right now. As the two get closer, they’ll have to decide if they’re willing to risk being vulnerable with each other and share parts of themselves they’d rather hide from the world. But if they can be brave, they might just find the best in themselves-and each other. With a lively voice and moving story, Thanks a Lot, Universe is about finding your community and learning to trust your heart.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 13.969999999999999 x 20.32 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 4 August 2022
Number of pages 304
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 13.969999999999999 x 20.32 cm
Weight 300 g

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Chad Lucas has been in love with words since he attempted his first novel on a typewriter in the sixth grade. He has worked as a newspaper reporter, communications advisor, freelance writer, part-time journalism instructor, and parenting columnist. A proud descendant of the historic African Nova Scotian community of Lucasville, he lives with his family near Halifax, Nova Scotia. He enjoys coaching basketball and is rarely far from a cup of tea.