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|Cover artist||Ryan McVay (current hardcover or paperback)|
|Genre||Children's novel, drama|
|Publisher||Wendy Lamb Books (North America), Puffin Books (UK and worldwide)|
|Media type||Print (hardcover and paperback), CD audio book, eBook|
|LC Classification||PZ7.L1422 Lov 2009|
Love, Aubrey, by Suzanne LaFleur, is a 2009 children's novel about a young girl recovering from the tragedy of losing her father and sister in an automobile accident, and from the confusion of being abandoned by her grieving mother.
The novel tells the story about how an 11-year old girl named Aubrey Priestly recovers from losing her little sister, Savannah, and her father in a car crash. Aubrey’s mother runs away and leaves Aubrey alone in their house. For a week, Aubrey lives on her own until her grandma shows up because Aubrey wasn’t answering the phone. Grandma takes Aubrey with her to her house in Vermont. While in Vermont, Aubrey makes new friends with Bridget and her sister Mabel, who reminds Aubrey of Savannah. Aubrey’s mother finally arrives and lives with Aubrey and her grandma, trying to recover. After she gets better she goes back to her house in Virginia without Aubrey. After a few months, Aubrey’s mother decides that she is ready for Aubrey to come home. The choice of returning is left to Aubrey, who decides to stay with her grandmother and visit her mother during the summer so that she can finish the school year in Vermont.
It was translated into German under the title Mich gibt's auch noch!, by Ulrike Nolte. It was also translated into Swedish under the title Kram från Alice and into Dutch under the title Liefs van Aubrey.