Feathers in the Wind

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Review

Joe and Aesha travel to India with their father, a wildlife photographer, and their mother Binti, a vet who wants to help protect the vultures who are often injured during a big annual kite festival. Can Joe and Aesha pull off a daring rescue attempt of their own on the day of the festival?

Sally Grindley’s third short chapter book exploring conservation issues relating to animals all over the world has been written with the assistance and guidance of London Zoo’s conservation team. Within the context of an exciting adventure, readers will discover how humans and animals can live side by side, as well as getting a real feeling for Indian life and traditions.

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