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Leaving the lyrebird forest

Leaving the lyrebird forest
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
32320004553891 J
Junior Fiction   East Maitland library . . Available .  
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Field name Details
Classification Number J
Author Crew, Gary, 1947-
Title Leaving the lyrebird forest [BK]
Physical Description illustrations ;
Series 2019 Premier's Reading Challenge 5-6
Note Includes bibliographical references.
'Are you lonely here?' her mother asked. 'Never,' Alice said. 'Not while I am friends with the lyrebird.' Alice has spent her life living on the outskirts of a small town, in a house nestled in bushland. Every other morning, she is visited by a lyrebird. Her bond with this magnificent bird brings her together with her nearest neighbour, Mr Brown, a widower who loves the bush and its treasures as much as she does. But change is coming: Alice is growing up, and having to think about her future (a future which might mean leaving the bush for her education). Mr Brown is getting older, and less able to look after himself. And as the nearby town grows, their beloved lyrebird and bushland are threatened too. A touching story that will resonate with readers everywhere, stunningly illustrated with woodcuts by acclaimed artist Julian Laffan.
Classification 10+ years old.
Subject Country life -- Victoria -- Juvenile fiction
Coming of age -- Juvenile fiction
Lyrebirds -- Juvenile fiction
Human-animal relationships -- Juvenile fiction
Neighbors -- Juvenile fiction
Australian fiction
Children's stories
Country life -- Australia -- Victoria -- Juvenile fiction
Australian fiction
Children's stories
Country life
Human-animal relationships
Lyrebirds
Neighbors
Victoria
Additional Author Laffan, Julian
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