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A Small Free Kiss in the Dark

A Small Free Kiss in the Dark by Glenda Millard
ISBN
9781741756586
Published
Released
01 / 02 / 2016
Binding
Paperback
Pages
240
Dimensions
128 x 198mm

Two young boys, an old tramp, a beautiful lost dancer and her baby - rag-tag survivors of a sudden war - form a fragile family holding together in the remnants of a fun fair. This is a vivid, poetic story about life in the margins and the power of empathy and imagination to triumph over adversity.

Skip's an outsider, a quiet observer. He draws pictures to make sense of the world. He's never fitted in. So he takes to the streets. Life there may be hard, but it's better than the one he's left, especially when he teams up with old Billy. Then come the bombs which leave little Max in his care, and also Tia, the sad dancer, with her sweet baby, Sixpence. Scavenging for food, living on love and imagination.how long can Skip's fragile new family hold out as war grips the city?

Ages 11-14
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Two young boys, an old tramp, a beautiful lost dancer and her baby - rag-tag survivors of a sudden war - form a fragile family holding together in the remnants of a fun fair. This is a vivid, poetic story about life in the margins and the power of empathy and imagination to triumph over adversity.

Skip's an outsider, a quiet observer. He draws pictures to make sense of the world. He's never fitted in. So he takes to the streets. Life there may be hard, but it's better than the one he's left, especially when he teams up with old Billy. Then come the bombs which leave little Max in his care, and also Tia, the sad dancer, with her sweet baby, Sixpence. Scavenging for food, living on love and imagination.how long can Skip's fragile new family hold out as war grips the city?

Ages 11-14
ISBN:
9781741756586
Publication Date:
01 / 02 / 2016
Pages:
240
Dimensions:
128 x 198mm

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