I somehow missed the blog tour sign-up for Lillian Keith’s amazing new book, Should We Tell Her (*cries dramatically* Lily, how could you let that happen?!). I guess this means I can’t add the blog tour graphic to my post or include the tour schedule, but you can check all of that out over on Lily’s author website! (Yes, we share a name. Yes, it’s a little strange. And yes, “Lily’s author website” means her author website and not mine. 😆 I don’t have an author website.)
But without further ado, come and see how amazing this story is!
About the Book
“Mommy’s in Africa,” You kept saying, and you smiled for the first time since Mom hadn’t come home.
And suddenly, I didn’t want that smile to disappear. I didn’t want to hear your pleading voice asking over and over when Mom would come home. And I didn’t want to see the disappointment in your eyes anymore.
When summer turns to tragedy, twelve year old Aspen and her younger sister Wren struggle to cope. But how can they when their youngest sister can’t understand what is happening? Will they be able to pull together to help each other or will they fall apart?
Meet the Author!
Lillian Keith (you can just call her Lily for short!) never grew out of her love for children’s literature. She has been telling stories all her life, first to her dolls, and then to her family, and hopefully to more kids in the future. She’s the author of the short story, An Apprentice Escapes, and the middle grade novella, Should We Tell Her?
Aside from writing, you’ll often find her feeding wild rabbits, arguing with spell check on Google Docs, or talking with her
imaginary friends *ahem* story characters. Feel free to drop by her site and say ‘hi’. She loves meeting new people, hearing from excited readers, and making new friends (be forewarned, though. She loves puns and may try to sneak one into the conversation when you’re not looking!)