Bigfoot Mountain (Paperback)
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Paperback 272 Pages / Published: 29/04/2021
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Minnie is alone, high up in her favourite tree, looking out over a distant forest fire. She and her stepfather Dan are stuck with each other, living in their small cabin at the foot of the mountain after Minnie's mother died. When Minnie and her friend Billy discover four giant footprints on a mountain trail, Dan puts it down to hoaxers. But Minnie knows better. Kaayii is sitting at the top a tree watching the smoke from a raging forest fire that has forced him and his clan to move to this side of the mountain. He's not sure about the humans living down by the sea below. Gradually their parallel worlds entwine in a moving tale of grief and healing in a remote mountain landscape.

Publisher: Firefly Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781913102418
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“A heart-warming story of grief, healing and connecting with nature!”

Set in the remote North American mountains, Bigfoot Mountain is a heart-warming story of grief, healing and connecting with nature.

Minnie, a 12 year old girl, and her stepfather, Dan, live in a cabin at the foot... More

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