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A hawk needs help. But does saving a species still matter when it means tearing your own world apart? Joe has always loved the moorlands above his home: so wild and peaceful and free. But since his dad died, the moors are no longer a place of refuge. All the locals are fighting over the fate of the rare hen harriers that nest up there in the heather. As for Joe, he’s stuck right in the middle, with a tough choice to make and a huge secret to keep. He can’t fix things for everyone. But is he brave enough to do what he thinks is right?
- A thrillingly beautiful tale by the author of Sky Hawk
- A story of change, loss and daring to believe in yourself
- Delivers a powerful message about protecting the planet
- Gill’s other books include Moon Bear and White Dolphin
May 4th, 2017
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