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Starfell: Willow Moss and the Forgotten Tale
Here it is! The sequel to Starfell: Willow Moss and the Lost Day did not disappoint. A whimsical tale that captures the first book’s magical feel with a whole new adventure, book two was a fun-filled story that ended with a fantastic message. Number three please! - Lucy
Although I may be biased (I’m a massive Sally Murphy fan!), Worse Things is an incredible read. Following three teens as they overcome their personal struggles, this book is inspirational and bittersweet with a positive moral message woven throughout. - Lucy
The Year The Maps Changed
Set in 1999, The Year the Maps Changed tells the story of Fred, a young Australian girl that watches a group of refugees from Kosovo settle into her town. A touching tale about kindness, acceptance and family, this book is for lovers of Katya Balen, Kimberly Bradley and Karen Foxlee. Superb! - Lucy
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