Imara and Bobo are two children living with a band of rebel soldiers in the African jungle. When an orphaned gorilla is brought to their camp they swear to protect it. But in their war-ravaged world, can they ever find true safety?
- Gill Lewis has quickly established herself as one of the top animal writers for this age group, selling over 160,000 books since her debut Sky Hawk published in 2010.
- Gill's novels have won and been shortlisted for many awards, including the Red House Children's Book Award, the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, and the Branford Boase Award.
- Major national consumer advertising and PR campaigns planned to tie in with publication, as well as ongoing PR efforts throughout the year to raise Gill's profile.
- Gill's previous book, Scarlet Ibis, was described by Lorna Bradbury in the Telegraph as 'perhaps the most uplifting novel I have read this year'.
- Gorgeous package with fabulous chapter artwork by Mark Owen and lots of extra material in the end pages.
- Visit Gill Lewis's website at www.gilllewis.com.
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