ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: July 15, 2018
By Gill Lewis
Award-winning author Gill Lewis makes her debut to the Barrington Stoke list with a stunning tale of the wild that hides in us all. Run Wild is a thought-provoking and touching story that celebrates the unique bond between children and nature.
Barrington Stoke and Rewilding Britain will be working together on bringing Run Wild to the world, with charity endorsement and school events to follow. Find out more about Rewilding Britain’s work here: www.rewildingbritain.org.uk
ABOUT THE BOOK
Izzy and Asha need a space to call their own, away from difficult families, the Skull brothers and the trouble they bring. But the derelict building site where they stake their claim already belongs to something else, a wilderness they never expected and an injured wolf that desperately needs their help. Can they reconnect to the wild and save the wolf?
Gill Lewis worked as a vet in the UK and across the world before becoming the acclaimed author of several books for children, including Sky Hawk and Gorilla Dawn. Gill’s writing has earned her numerous awards such as the UKLA Children’s Book Award and the Little Rebel Award, and several nominations for prestigious awards including the CILIP Carnegie Medal. Gill lives in Somerset.
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