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Finding Bear

Hannah Gold(Autor*in)
HarperCollins (Verlag)
Erschienen am 28. September 2023
352 Seiten
978-0-00-858201-2 (ISBN)
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The unmissable follow-up to the phenomenal bestselling and award-winning The Last Bear. Beautifully illustrated by Levi Pinfold and perfect for readers 8+


April Wood has returned home from her adventure on Bear Island. But, over a year later, she can't stop thinking about Bear.

When April hears that a polar bear has been shot and injured in Svalbard, she's convinced it's her friend and persuades her dad to travel with her to the northernmost reaches of the Arctic. So begins an unforgettable journey across frozen tundra and icy glaciers.

But along the way, she discovers much more than she bargained for - a tiny polar bear cub, desperately in need of her help. In freezing temperatures, April must navigate the dangerous Arctic terrain and face her deepest fears if she's to save him.

Beautifully illustrated by Levi Pinfold, Finding Bear is a stunning story of survival and a heartwarming tale of love that shows us how hope is born from the smallest of beginnings.

'A beautifully written and illustrated story of determination, courage and hope' The Sun

'Magically inspiring' Daily Mail
'The perfect sequel to The Last Bear. Finding Bear melted my heart and had me cheering, crying and of course roaring along with April. She's a powerhouse main character - one that'll inspire children for years to come' A. F. Steadman

'I was with April from the start, feeling her every ache and longing to meet Bear again, and I couldn't put the book down. [A] beautifully told, heartfelt story . . . so hopeful and heartwarming and left me wanting more!' A. M. Dassu

''Revisiting the world of April and Bear feels like coming in from the cold. Magical' Rob Biddulph

A triumphant return to April and Bear's world, this time with the loveliest baby bear. A roaringly snowy adventure' Nizrana Farook

A brilliant, beautiful sequel that resonates with emotional truth. April and Bear's second adventure asks profound questions about our impact on the environment while keeping readers on the edge of their seats. If ever there was a book to spark change, this is it' Aisling Fowler

'Few books have touched me so deeply as Finding Bear. When you read it, you'll feel as if the Arctic is running through your veins, too. It's impossible not to get profoundly invested in the lives of Hannah Gold's brilliant characters. An unstoppable, heartwarming sequel of extreme importance. I'll be recommending this book forever' Carlie Sorosiak

'It was pure joy to follow April back to the Arctic on her heartfelt search for Bear. Reading this story transported me back to my childhood - a cosy fire, hot chocolate and an immensely powerful story' Jasbinder Bilan

'Stunningly illustrated, this touching environmental story of surviving and thriving is both scientifically accurate and magically inspiring' Daily Mail

'Pack your rainbow boots for the most magnificent adventure! An exhilarating story of love, hope and courage and doing the right thing, no matter how impossible it may seem. Hannah Gold reminds us that our actions matter' Jenny Pearson
HarperCollins Publishers
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Interest Age: From 9 years
Höhe: 189 mm
Breite: 137 mm
Dicke: 32 mm
380 gr
978-0-00-858201-2 (9780008582012)
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Hannah Gold is the bestselling author of The Last Bear, The Lost Whale and Finding Bear. The Last Bear became an inspirational, international bestseller on release and was the winner of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book Award; and The Lost Whale was the winner of the Edward Stanford Children's Travel Book of the Year. Hannah's latest book, Finding Bear, was an instant top 5 bestseller. Her books have sold over 280,000 copies worldwide and have been translated into twenty-five languages. Hannah is also an ambassador for Whale and Dolphin Conservation. She lives in Lincolnshire with her tortoise, her cat and her husband.
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