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Harry and Hope

by Sarah Lean (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Product description

Some friendships are meant to be… A story about family, friendship and belonging, from bestselling author, Sarah Lean.

Hope lives with her artist mum in the Pyrenees. It’s always been just the two of them… until Frank – a free-spirited traveller – arrives with his donkey, Harry.

Hope and Frank form a close bond, so it’s hard for both of them when Frank decides it’s time to move on. Hope questions what she is to Frank. He’s not her dad, but he was more than just her mum’s boyfriend. Except, there’s no name for that kind of pair…

Hope promises to look after Harry and, slowly, another special pair is made – one that makes Hope realise that some friendships become part of you and, even when someone is far away, they are always near to your heart.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780007512263

Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books

Date published

March 12th, 2015

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.0; Middle years; 5.0 points

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Sarah Lean

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  1. Ibiza1000
    on 15 November 2015

    This is an ok book, but it goes on about the same thing for too long.

    3out of 5