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The new queen of wildlife fiction. Tales of animals, humans and the precious world we share. Michael Morpurgo and Mary Hoffman are among her fans. And it’s easy to see why. Gill Lewis writes stories about animals, but also about people. Hers is nature fiction full of wisdom, created with a truly human touch. These moving books show you the plight of threatened animals across the world, from the Scottish hills to the cruel bear farms of Asia. They will touch your heart, stir your emotions and inspire you to protect your world in whatever way you can.

“Opens your eyes, touches your heart, and is so engaging it almost turns the pages for you.” Michael Morpurgo

“She writes an utterly convincing story of ursine – and human – behaviour.” Mary Hoffman

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Gill Lewis

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Before she could walk, Gill Lewis was discovered force-feeding bread to a sick hedgehog under the rose bushes. Now her stories reflect her passion for wild animals in wild places. She draws inspiration from many of the people she has had the fortune to meet during her work as a vet, both at home and abroad. Gill Lewis has a masters degree in Writing for Young People from Bath Spa University and won the 2009 course prize for most promising writer. Her first novel was snapped up for publication within hours of being offered to publishers. She lives in Somerset with her young family and a motley crew of pets. She writes from a shed in the garden, in the company of spiders.

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