Swan Song

£6.99

Dylan is struggling but when he’s out on the water with his Grandad his mind clears and everything seems simpler. But his Grandad’s beloved Whooper swans are under threat and it feels like everything that has made him feel safe is slipping away … 

A profoundly moving novel on the redemptive, healing power of nature from bestseller Gill Lewis.

ISBN: 9781781129548 Author: Lewis, Gill Publisher: Barrington Stoke Publication Date: 4th February 2021 Imprint: Barrington Stoke Cover: Paperback Dewey: 823.92 (edition:23) Pages: 119 Language: English Edition: Paperback original Readership: Children - juvenile / Code: J Category: Subjects: , ,

Excluded from school, Dylan is forced to move to a tiny village in Wales where his grandad lives.

With no Xbox or internet, life is looking pretty bleak, but when Grandad takes Dylan out on his boat to see the whooper swans, things begin to change.

Out on the water, free from all the pressure he’s been under, Dylan begins to feel like himself again. But when the swans’ habitat is threatened and tragedy strikes at home, can Dylan keep going when it feels like everything is slipping out of control again?

A profoundly moving novel on the redemptive, healing power of nature from bestseller Gill Lewis.

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