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When you are at a medical centre on a daily basis, waiting to be seen for dressing changes, one of the first things you realise is that having something good to read is essential. The right book can take you away from the reality of pain, and help you endure the long waits.

Memoirs of an invisible friend by Matthew Green is one of those rare books. I was so captivated and lost in Green’s world that I didn’t realise that the nurse had finished dressing my wound!

Eight year old Max has an imaginary friend, Budo, who helps him to cope with everyday life – the noisy classroom, being bullied, his dislike of being touched or people being close to him, an inability to handle changes, not knowing how to stay safe. Budo has been with Max for five years and has…

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