Things She's Seen, The
After Beth’s death, her police father struggles with grief and is haunted by a suspicious tragedy. Crossing the line between the living and the dead, Beth helps her father solve this mystery of lies, death, secrets, and abuse, leaning on Isobel Catching’s story of monsters and missing girls. Appropriate for young adult readers, the story’s perspectives about grief, trauma, and marginalization will be recognizable for the secondary-level audience. Timely themes of identity, self-reflection, and the power of storytelling lend themselves to analysis and critical thinking, leaving readers with a broadened understanding of themselves and the world and the journey of self-discovery through grief and healing.