Description - For The Forest Of A Bird by Sue Saliba
A novel about love and the things you can and can't change, from the winner of the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for young adult fiction, Sue Saliba.
'I want to tell you that he's coming home ... and it's going to be like it was before he went away, before everything broke apart.'
Nella waits for the swallows by the creek each spring. It's a secret vigil she's followed ever since her father left.
This year she's going to take him with her ... but can we ever return to the way things were?
A novel about love and the things you can and can't change, from the winner of the Victorian's Premier's Literary Award for young adult fiction.
'Highly recommended ... In this delicate, finely balanced tale, Sue Saliba explores grief, loss and the inevitability of change.' Good Reading Magazine
'Saliba's latest book is a beautiful poetic dream of consciousness story of a young girl's love, sadness, resilience and acceptance of the things she cannot change. It is a story about growing up. This is a novel that quietly sings. Highly recommended 13+.' Reading Time- Children's book news and reviews from the Children's Book Council of Australia
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Format: Paperback / softback
(199mm x 131mm x 15mm)
Penguin Books Australia
Publisher: Penguin Books Australia
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Author Biography - Sue Saliba
Sue Saliba lives on Phillip Island in Victoria with her husband Bruno, her two cats Minou and Charbon, and her dog Sally. She has previously published the young adult novel Watching Seagulls, and the children's book The Skin of a Star, as well as short stories and poetry. Her second novel something in the world called love won the Victorian Premier's Award for young adult fiction and the APA Design Awards Best Children's Cover. Her third young adult novel, Alaska, was published in 2011, was short-listed for both the APA Design Awards and the Prime Minister's Literary Awards, and was a notable book in the CBCA Awards.