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The Girl With The Broken Wing

Written by Heather Dyer

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LoveReading View on The Girl With The Broken Wing

This is an incredibly magical, beautiful but emotional read that through pictures and text tells the story of a young child helping an injured bird.  The underlying theme is very much about showing that a little bit of kindness goes a long way.  It’s a book we believe will become a timeless classic and one that will be enjoyed by young and old alike.


The Girl With The Broken Wing Synopsis

This is a sweet and funny story about an unruly angel! The twins are in bed when it happens. They hear a sound like a wet cabbage hitting the wall, then a clattering on the roof tiles, followed a little later by a tapping at the window. It's a girl with a broken wing - and she's come to stay. Who is she? Where has she come from? And more importantly, what does she want? The twins have no idea. Perhaps she's their guardian angel? But would an angel have filthy feet and snore?

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ISBN: 9781904442905
Publication date: 02/10/2006
Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781904442905
Publication date: 2nd October 2006
Author: Heather Dyer
Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 160 pages
Suitable for: 5+ readers, 7+ readers
Recommendations: eBooks

About Heather Dyer

Heather Dyer on Heather Dyer Why did you begin writing/illustrating?I first began writing when I was seven. Then, I was trying to copy Enid Blyton. I loved the feeling of being in another world when I was reading her books, and when I’d read them all I started to write my own story in the same world, so that I could carry on being there. I copied her style, as well.I think I still write to try and make a world that other people can get inside. How would you describe your books?So far, my ...

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