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A house is not a home for wild things.
In the quiet dawn of the forest a boy finds an orphan fawn, hungry and alone. He carefully carries her home, caring for her while she grows strong. The boy and the fawn become best friends. Together they spend a long summer outdoors together running through the glen, leaping over the heather, and lying in the dappled sunlight.
But the young deer is a wild thing and too soon she will have to find a home of her own.
The boy misses the deer and worries for her when a big storm threatens. Can the boy and the fawn find each other again?
Lyrical and atmospheric, this picture book by award-winning author Louise Greig and emerging illustrator Júlia Moscardó is an uplifting story of belonging and the connection between humans and nature. It is also a tender lesson in learning when to let go of those you love.
Illustrated by Júlia Moscardó.
Size: 250 x 270 mm.
Age range 4 to 7 years.
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