We are all so good at smiling

Amber McBride
Book - 2023

When hospitalized for her clinical depression, Whimsy connects with a boy named Faerry, who also suffers from the traumatic loss of a sibling, and together they work to unearth buried memories and battle the fantastical physical embodiment of their depression.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: McBride, Amber (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Feiwel and Friends, 2023.
Edition:First edition.
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505 0 0 |t Narrator (interlude) --  |g Part one.  |t The wilting:  |t Call me magic : call me (Whimsy) --  |g Prologue:  |t Hospital : the whimsy girl:  |t Outside my hospital window ;  |t Car (silver) like a broadsword ;  |t Shadow-wings ;  |t Things I know about fae ;  |t Morning (bathroom) ritual ;  |t Mom & Dad visit ;  |t Reasons it's easier for Mom & Dad ;  |t Break-fast ;  |t The fae (Faerry) ;  |t Group therapy ;  |t Group therapy : tell us a secret ;  |t My answer : cemetery of leaves ;  |t Everyone (in therapy) is silent after my soliloquy ;  |t Last week in the hospital --  |g Chapter 1.  |t Whimsy comes home:  |t Back home on Marsh Creek Lane ;  |t My old notebook stuffed with fairy tales ;  |t The (haunting) forest ;  |t Outside my house on Marsh Creek Lane : October 28 ;  |t Faerry (still annoying) : on Marsh Creek Lane ;  |t What (I think) Faerry does next ;  |t Marsh Creek Lane (home) --  |g Chapter 2.  |t Fairy tales : Faerry tales:  |t What's wrong with a monster? : Whimsy's fairy tale essay/poem ;  |t I like my poem ;  |t Doorbell rings : Faerry on my stoop again ;  |t Faerry reads my poem ;  |t Faerry's fairy tale essay/poem ;  |t Good night, Faerry ;  |t Locket ;  |t Dinnertime chat ;  |t Sleep, nightmare, wake, repeat --  |g Chapter 3.  |t Stone Ridge High School:  |t Morning (October 29) ;  |t Morning (October 29) outside my house ;  |t High school ;  |t Before AP English class (teacher chat) ;  |t Things I hear my classmates say ;  |t Things I hear Valda (the bully) say ;  |t Inferno by Dante ;  |t (Faerry) in my AP English class ;  |t Teacher questions for new kid? ;  |t Questions on the reading? ;  |t Circles of Hell ;  |t Faerry gathers his things too --  |g Chapter 4.  |t Runaway:  |t We walk ;  |t Car ride ;  |t We keep driving ;  |t Home ;  |t Cole is missing? --  |g Chapter 5.  |t The forest with the garden:  |t tConsequences at dinner ;  |t After 10 p.m. there is a knock ;  |t Things I did not tell the officer ;  |t October 30 ;  |t October 30 (midday) ;  |t October 30 (nighttime) ;  |t October 31 ;  |t Evening: October 31 (of my 18th year) --  |g Chapter 6.  |t What I remember:  |t Haunting forest ;  |t Finding Cole ;  |t This is what I remember ;  |t The candy house ;  |t Inside the candy house ;  |t The clearing --  |g Chapter 7.  |t Pinky promise:  |t The edge ;  |t In haunting forest again ;  |t Whimsy in sorrow's garden ;  |t The house sorrow built ;  |t Meeting sorrow again ;  |t The only way ;  |t Abandon all hope : in the garden sorrow built ;  |t Enter here ;  |t Hope sinks. --  |g Part two.  |t The tears:  |g Chapter 8.  |t Baba Yaga's house:  |t (My sorrow garden) ;  |t (When it rains ice) ;  |t (Sorrow & memories) ;  |t (Grandma's twin house in the garden) ;  |t (Meeting Baba Yaga) ;  |t (Outside Baba Yaga's house) --  |g Chapter 9.  |t Escaping sorrow (again):  |t (Back at the start) ;  |t (I deserve the garden) ;  |t (Hooting & breaking) ;  |t (Through the fire again) ;  |t (Faerry grabs my hand) --  |g Chapter 10.  |t Anansi the spider's den:  |t (The webs of Anansi) ;  |t (Anansi cried) ;  |t (Faerry & I discuss) ;  |t (The answer) --  |g Chapter 11.  |t Mama Wata:  |t (Catching magic) ;  |t (Walking memories) ;  |t (Fae wings) ;  |t (What I see) ;  |t (Back on the yellow brick road) ;  |t (Mama Wata & the ocean in a globe) ;  |t (Under the water of words, I hear them [the bullies] say) ;  |t (Whimsy the mermaid) --  |g Chapter 12,  |t Don't eat the apple:  |t (Apples of the sky) ;  |t (Bruises) ;  |t (Riddle) ;  |t (Names of giant apples) --  |g Chapter 13.  |t Adze & the blood moon:  |t (Amorphophallus titanum : corpse flower) ;  |t (Never trust a firefly) ;  |t (Hospital room) ;  |t Clinical (major) depression ;  |t (Forgiveness) ;  |t (Faerry's story) ;  |t (Forgiveness again) --  |g Chapter 14.  |t Voicelessness & the siren Ursula:  |t (We stay cocooned) ;  |t (Ursula : voice-taker) ;  |t (Thanatosis) ;  |t (Panic attacks feel like...) --  |g Chapter 15.  |t The griot with stories:  |t (A griot) ;  |t (Story one : what the children saw) ;  |t (Falling again) ;  |t (Story two : what the parents saw) ;  |t (Story three : what actually happened) ;  |t (Whimsy & Faerry scream) --  |g Chapter 16.  |t Faerry (tale) & Whimsy (Cole):  |t (Bigger than bravery) ;  |t (Tale & Cole) ;  |t (We've been watching you) ;  |t (Truth). --  |g Part three.  |t The rebirth:  |g Chapter 17.  |t Fairy tales in the secret garden:  |t (Candy house : final time) ;  |t (Explosion) ;  |t (Fairy tales celebrate in the garden sorrow built) ;  |t (To home we go) --  |g Epilogue:  |t Happy endings : Whimsy & Faerry:  |t (Whimsy & Faerry) --  |t Narrator (interlude) --  |g Author's note --  |g Glossary of fairy tales, stories & folklore --  |t Fairy tales in this story --  |t Whimsy & Faerry's playlist --  |g Acknowledgments. 
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