The Wolf Twins (Paperback)Ewa Jozefkowicz (author)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
'A wonderful tale brimming with the magic of wild things.' -- Sarah Ann Juckes, author of The Night Animals
'I loved The Wolf Twins, it kept me hooked from beginning to end with its cast of intriguing and relatable characters... set against the backdrop of a majestic ancient forest with wolves!' -- Frances Maloney, author of The Mystery of the Missing Mum
'A beautifully written dual pov story of twins. Alpha and Lucy are poles apart but share a special twin bond. But a change in circumstances drives a wedge between them that only the healing power of nature and a gorgeous wolf cub can fix. A special book.' -- Nizrana Farook, author of The Boy Who Saved a Bear
'An absolute triumph that will capture your heart.' -- Kevin Cobane, teacher and children's book reviewer
'I love Ewa's books... with their colourful, charismatic characters and pacy plots they always engage and entertain; her subtle touch with the serious issues being addressed mean they also tug at the heartstrings and cause a pause for thought, too!" -- Rich Simpson, teacher and children's book reviewer
PRAISE FOR EWA JOZEFKOWICZ: 'A beautifully written and captivating read but it also deals sensitively with important issues such as grief, courage, friendship and finding your voice' Armadillo, on The Dragon in the Bookshop. 'A gorgeous read featuring strong friendship, books, a Polish legend and a dragon. Loved it!' A.M. Howell, author of The Secret of the Treasure Keepers, on The Dragon in the Bookshop. 'A glorious fairytale adventure full of friendship, unlikely heroes and magical Polish folklore. A book-lovers delight!' Eve Wersocki Morris, author of The Bird Singers, on The Dragon in the Bookshop. 'Celebrating the importance of community, family and friends, this is a lovely, warm-hearted story' Week Junior Book of the Week, on The Cooking Club Detectives. 'Paints a convincing picture of a harrowing time in a young life [while] offering ample humour, hope and optimism' * BookTrust Book of the Month, on The Mystery of the Colour Thief *
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