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Publication Date: 3 Oct 2013
Subject: Younger teen novels
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9)
AR: 3.5 MY+
RRP £7.99 Save 26%
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A boy feels neglected when his baby sister is ill, but he makes two new friends - a confident home-educated neighbour and a strange creature that lives in the shed.
When a move to a new house coincides with his baby sister's illness, Michael's world seems suddenly lonely and uncertain. Then, one Sunday afternoon, he stumbles into the old, ramshackle garage of his new home, and finds something magical. A strange creature - part owl, part angel, a being who needs Michael's help if he is to survive.
With his new friend Mina, Michael nourishes Skellig back to health, while his baby sister languishes in the hospital. But Skellig is far more than he at first appears, and as he helps Michael breathe life into his tiny sister, Michael's world changes for ever ...
Book banded for guided reading by the Institute of Education - novel / family fiction
NOTE: Winner of the 1998 Carnegie Medal & the 1998 Whitbread Children's Book of the Year Award.
NOTE : Pie Corbett Reading Spine Year 6.
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