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“Amber Lee Dodd writes with tenderness and thunder, and her storytelling is a bolt of brilliance.”Kiran Millwood Hargrave Moving house is no fun. And no one knows that better than Noah Bradley. A curse has forced his family to move thirteen times. Whether it’s a typhoon, a flash floor or a flock of persistent birds, the curse always wins. Now, the Bradley family have just moved into their thirteenth home. Noah loves everything about it. He has his own room. He’s made friends at school. He’s happy. So when the curse returns, Noah decides that this time, there will be no more running away. The Bradleys are staying put… no matter what it takes. A powerful story of hope, family and what home really means.
April 2nd, 2020
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