Illustrated junior fiction for children age 7 and up. Includes black and white illustrations throughout by Helena Copsey.
A donation will be made to Kakapo Recovery for every copy sold.
Mandy Hager, award-winning author of Singing Home the Whale ~ “This charming story will delight young readers, igniting their imaginations while it gently explores the need to protect Aotearoa’s beautiful landscapes and unique creatures.”
Sarah Forster, The Sapling ~ “Overall, I’d recommend this book for kids who enjoy fantasy, and young conservationists. It would be good as a mixed-age read-aloud, and a good addition to a junior school library for young readers.”
Read Sarah’s full review on The Sapling.
Desna, Booktrailers4kidsandYA ~ “This book is sweet and gentle, and has that lovely feel-good feeling. Yes, there is danger, and adventure but it is charming and hopeful. The landscape and the native birds are a real focus and you can’t help but be impressed by our beautiful country, especially the Fiords down South.”
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Adele, WhatBookNext ~ “When Bo Bimble went Elsewhere has an environmental thread running through it, beginning with Bo Bimble herself. She’s an undiscovered species and Bernie wants her to remain that way. All are aware how people spoil things, even if well intentioned. Really enjoyable story for not just Kiwi kids. Bo and Bernie’s adventure will touch the hearts of any young environmentalist or animal/bird lover, worldwide.”
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Find out more about Auckland author Sue Copsey on her author page.