Amy Huberman: ‘I’m really glad that my dad knew my baby and had got to spend time with him’

Actor, writer, Twitter wit, rugby wife and mother of three, Amy Huberman (43) has written a 465-page children’s book about grief. That she is mourning her own father, Harold, while publicising it is “strange timing”.

The Day I Got Trapped In My Brain tells the story of 11-year-old Frankie Finkleton, who avoids the difficult realities of her young life by disappearing, with her little brother Fred, into ‘Thoughtopolis’, a world of her own imagination. Then she gets stuck and things go awry. There is much Huberman hilarity — teachers descended from sharks; pug space poos; an evil baby sister. The adventure land she creates in Frankie’s mind is clever and intricate, populated by strange and funny creatures.

https://www.independent.ie/life/amy-huberman-im-really-glad-that-my-dad-knew-my-baby-and-had-got-to-spend-time-with-him-41930862.html Amy Huberman: ‘I’m really glad that my dad knew my baby and had got to spend time with him’

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