Harriet and the Eye of the Bird

Julie Lamb

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One moment Harriet’s only problem is that she’s not allowed to get her nose pierced, and the next her dad’s disappeared …. A new novel from the author of the award-winning The Discombobulated Life of Summer Rain.

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About the book

One moment Harriet’s only problem is that she’s not allowed to get her nose pierced, and the next her dad’s disappeared. Now there’s a new home, a new school and new friends that are not really friends at all. Awkward Alice who forgets her lunch is not a great substitute, nor is the monster gnawing at Harriet’s insides that makes her binge eat.

But then Alice invites her to the best tree fort ever – a place where Harriet no longer feels fat or friendless or sad, and where the bird with the rusty-red feathers comes to show her what she can’t see for herself.

By the author of the award-winning The Discombobulated Life of Summer Rain.

About the author

Julie LambJulie Lamb has always spent a lot of time thinking up stories in her head, but she properly started writing when her children Louis and Bella were growing up in Greytown and wanted more stories about crazy, funny kids. She believes there is more to the world than what we see in front of us, and says it’s a kind of magic, which works itself out in all sorts of ways. Julie tries to capture that magic in her stories, and one day hopes to grow a set of wings, even if only on the inside.

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Specifications

Dimensions: 128 x 198 mm
Number of pages: 236
Binding: soft cover
Additional information: Also available in ePub format.