Harina is a special girl, empowered with the gift of giving; but she is shunned at school by other children and comes home crying. Mummy makes a picnic for her. In the garden, sat with her comforting blanket, she is joined by a crested guinea fowl, a rare bird that brings good fortune. Harina falls asleep with her arm round the bird, which she has named Hanga. She awakes in a land inhabited by birds...and the adventure continues ...
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Born in Zimbabwe, Joy R Hartley travelled widely as an Air Steward, then studied child development. She has lived in France and the USA as well as the UK and has a 20-year-old son who is a university student. Passionate about diversity, Joy believes that children should relate to characters in the books they read. Through her stories she aims to inspire children with international understanding and the joy of giving.
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Descripción Harina & Co (Publications) Ltd, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 095753860X