The story, Crow Lake, by Mary Lawson shows a family that suffers from the great tragedy of when the Morrison parents are unexpectedly killed in an automobile accident. This kind of tragedy created a great alter of way of life to the several year old protagonist, Kate Morrison, her older brothers, Luke and Matt, and her younger sis, Bo. Following your accident, the remaining of the Morrison family greatly attempts in order to avoid the relatives to be segregated and delivered to relatives. This kind of novel is wisely written and very convincing, it tremendously relates to the youngsters who happen to be experiencing bereavement, and provides a fantastic study with the effects of deaths of parents. The novel begins with Kate, twenty years after the death of her parents, with a profession as a scientist, which was after the dream of her brother Matthew. The youthful protagonist explains to the readers that she just lately received a letter from Matthew, inviting her to participate in the eighteenth birthday of her nephew, Simon. Following your invitation, Kate begins to include flashbacks regarding the past, to when her parents lately passed away. The ways of how the deaths with the Morrison parents influenced Kate and her family, is incredibly similar to how bereaved kids in reality can be affected. Lawson made a great connection between children from the Morrison family to the children experiencing bereavement in the modern contemporary society. Within the book, the protagonist and her family skilled rage, and separation stress after the damaging accident, and these results are one of the most common results that bereaved children experience at the present second.