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Harry and Hope

by Sarah Lean (author)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Yes, it’s a gorgeous holiday read, but that’s no seaside donkey. Friends, free spirits and mountain villages glinting in the sun: take a trip to the Pyrenees. Loveable donkeys included. Hope lives in the French mountains with her artist mum and Mum’s traveller boyfriend, Frank. Life is beautiful. But now Frank is moving on – leaving Harry, his donkey, behind. Hope knows his reasons. Yet Frank means so much to them all. By caring for Harry, can she keep Frank close to her heart? OK: horses get all the glory. But this loyal donkey proves that true love comes in a shaggy and long-eared form.

“Sarah Lean weaves magic and emotion into beautiful stories.’ Cathy Cassidy

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HarperCollins Children's Books

Date published

March 12th, 2015

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.0; Middle years; 5.0 points




Sarah Lean


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  1. Ibiza1000
    on 15 November 2015

    This is an ok book, but it goes on about the same thing for too long.

    3out of 5