Milo and the Restart Button

Starting over is like pressing the reset button on a game, wiping out all your points. Now Milo has to restart. Surviving the year is all he has to do. But it’s not just a new school he’s dealing with; it’s a new house, a new neighbourhood – a whole new life. One without his mum in it. This funny and moving story charts a year in the life of Milo, a lovable thirteen-year-old geek trying to come to terms with the death of his mother. Can he survive in a world filled with painful reminders of the past – and show Summer Goodman, the love of his life, that he exists?

“Filled with kindness and charm and wry humour, Milo and the Restart Button charmed me to both laughter and a tear or two.”

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  • I think its sweet how much Milo misses his mom.

    7 March 2014

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    Sooo sad but funny at times

    8 March 2013

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    I really think people who are just starting this book will really enjoy the end. It is a very humourous book. I read this book couple of weeks ago and it is a real page turner, you get really absorbed into it. My daughter read it in her guided reading group and i nearly read it all for her!!! I had to tell her what happened in the parts i read, she proberbly forgot what i said though anyway except for that it is a really good book.

    1 May 2012

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    This is an absolutely brilliant book! I love this book so much.

    1 March 2011

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