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Wish you could hear what animals think? GRRReat idea! Or maybe not. In this lovely book by the author of The Girl Who Saved Christmas, Evie has a talent. A very special one. She can HEAR the thoughts of elephants, and dogs, and sparrows, and bunnies. Problem is, this talent is dangerous. VERY dangerous. (Well, that’s what her dad says.) So Evie tries hard to keep it a secret. But when she meets a lion at the zoo, things start to go very wrong. Now it’s up to Evie to save the animals – and Dad – from a sinister villain. Can her furry friends help her? First, she must dare to be herself…

  • A wonderful delight by top-league author Matt Haig
  • Scary, funny and with an urgent environmental theme
  • Illustrated by Greenaway Medal winner Emily Gravett
  • Matt’s young fiction includes A Boy Called Christmas
  • He also wrote adult bestseller Reasons to Stay Alive

“This highly edible story of a girl who wants to save the planet, with beautiful pictures by Emily Gravett, is most timely and will go down well with fans of Greta Thunberg.” The Times

“Short paragraphs and simple language are charged with warmth and joie de vivre.” Sunday Times

Product Details

Catalogue number

319 in UK Primary September 2019

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781786899767

Date published

May 2nd, 2019

Other details
  • 256 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Emily Gravett

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