Find Me a River : Book 1. the Gippland Trilogy
Kes is facing the unthinkable. As drought and bushfire threatens their lives, their homes, and wipes out their cattle, the unthinkable is becoming a reality - her family will have to abandon the mountain property of her great-grandparents. Kes is torn by her search for her own identity and her Aboriginal grandmother. If her gentle father was not a stolen child, but simply unwanted, will she keep this knowledge to herself? And then there are the incredible discoveries, one which only makes her more confused, and the other which could be their salvation?
- Paperback | 266 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 467.2g
- 12 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Bronwyn Blake
Bronwyn Blake lives and works in the rural region of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. She has been writing for many years and has 13 book published as e-books or in print form. A number of her books have been chosen by the Children's Book Council of Australia, as Notable Books, including this book 'Find me a River', and its sequel 'Rock Dancer.' She writes primarily for Young Adults, with her books mostly about resilient and resourceful teenagers, in rural or remote Australian setting. Bronwyn also has written short stories and for adults. For a full list of her books in print or available as e-books, go to www.bronwynblake.com.au or the Amazon kindle library. Bronwyn Blake lives in a conservation area near Inverloch, a small seaside town which overlooks Bass Strait, is close to Wilsons Prom National Park, and within a few hours of the Gippsland Lakes and the High Country... the 'home country' for the Gippsland Trilogy: 'Find me a River', 'Rock Dancer' and 'Out of the Blue'.