When the home of a little bent-wing bat colony is destroyed, Warambi becomes separated from her mother and the other bats. Lost and alone, she finds shelter in an unusual place far away. Scary sounds are all around her. Danger is ever present. Will she find her way home? A dramatic story based on a real event to be published in the Year of the Bat.
About the Author
Aleesah Darlison is a multi-published Australian children's author. She writes picture books and novels, both in the contemporary fiction and fantasy genres. She also works as a book reviewer for The Sun Herald.
Aleesah's picture books include Bearly There, Puggle's Problem (NSW PRC) and Warambi (2012 CBCA Notable Book Eve Pownall Award, 2012 Wilderness Society Award for Children's Literature - Shortlist). Her chapter books include Fangs and Little Good Wolf. Her novels and popular series are I Dare You, Unicorn Riders and Totally Twins.
Aleesah has won numerous awards for her writing including an ASA mentorship. Aleesah's short stories have appeared in the black dog books Short and Scary Anthology, Chicken Soup for the Soul, The School Magazine and Little Ears Magazine. She is a founding director of Literature Live! an organisation delivering literary content to schools through video…
For Ages: 4 - 7 years old
For Grades: K - 2
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 27th June 2011
Publisher: Working Title Press
Dimensions (cm): 28.5 x 23.7
Weight (kg): 28.5