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William has to adjust to a new room. He is unhappy about it. His new room is dark and grim and has none of his favourite things in it. He was used to the shapes in his old room and loved the dressing gown and the lampshade that had been in it.
William hides under the covers.
But soon, his mother gets him to pick out some dinosaur wallpaper and William evens makes friends with the boy next door. Things don't look so bad anymore.
This book gently touches upon parental separation and the need to focus on the child especially in such situations.