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Starberries and Kee Book

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    • Starberries and Kee is heart warming story about climate change that creates hope and positivity for the future.
    • Set in Australia, several generations into the future the book demonstrates how our world might turn out in a positive way when we take action on climate change as a community. 
    • The book centres around Hannah - a girl from the city, Wren who lives in the bush and Kee, his yellow-tailed black cockatoo. 
    • Suitable for middle grade readers aged 9+, as well as families to read together, and teachers to read to their class.
    • Be inspired to take positive climate action in an achievable way.
    • Suitable for middle grade readers 9+ as well as families and teachers.
    • Paperback book measuring 20cm x 13cm.
    • 296 pages.

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    Starberries and Kee Book
    Starberries and Kee Book
    Starberries and Kee Book
    Starberries and Kee Book
    Starberries and Kee Book

    Solar punk climate-fiction told with positivity and hope. It confirms that in the face of crisis, it is community and compassion that defines us, connecting us to the future we choose to create.

    The stars linked them through space - and even through time. Those same stars had looked down on all the people that had come before her and would still twinkle when she was as old as Libby and maybe even if she had great-grandchildren of her own.

    Wren is a Wild Child who has been brought up on the mountain by Old Man, learning everything he knows from nature, while Hannah has always lived in the city. When their paths collide, a secret friendship brings a family full circle, linking the past to the present and the old with the new.