Child standing between trees facing a house

Too Bright to See / Kyle Lukoff

Bug’s uncle Roderick has recently passed away after a long illness. Moira, Bug’s best friend, tries to help by distracting Bug with their upcoming entry into middle school – how to do nails, make up, sleepovers, etc. But Bug is more distracted by the ghost that’s haunting the house. Bug is convinced that it’s uncle Roderick and that he’s not at peace. As Bug tries to figure out what it is that uncle Roderick needs to say, Bug discovers something about being true to who you are. A book about grief, ghosts, and identity. For ages 10 and up.