Rowan Oakwing

Rowan Oakwing If the Heart of Oak is real fairies shouldn t go looking for itSeven years ago Rowan s mother left their London home and never returned Now Rowan is struggling to keep the family together On the an

  • Title: Rowan Oakwing
  • Author: E.J. Clarke
  • ISBN: 9781510200326
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • If the Heart of Oak is real, fairies shouldn t go looking for itSeven years ago, Rowan s mother left their London home and never returned Now, Rowan is struggling to keep the family together On the anniversary of her mum s disappearance, Rowan goes to the last spot she saw her She sits beneath the same tree in the same park, and cries herself to sleep But when she wIf the Heart of Oak is real, fairies shouldn t go looking for itSeven years ago, Rowan s mother left their London home and never returned Now, Rowan is struggling to keep the family together On the anniversary of her mum s disappearance, Rowan goes to the last spot she saw her She sits beneath the same tree in the same park, and cries herself to sleep But when she wakes, Rowan isn t the same at allShe is about to discover hidden realms, fearsome enemies and new friends With their help, Rowan is determined to find the person she misses than anyone But how will they ever get home

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  • Rowan lives in a block of flats in London, with her little sister, Willow. Her beloved mother went missing some years before – so long ago now that little Willow does not really remember her. Meanwhile, Rowan is relentlessly bullied by local girls and her father is really not coping since their mother went to Hyde Park on her own, seven years ago to the day we begin this story, and never came back. So Rowan has to cope – she has to get her little sister ready for school, she cannot ride a bi [...]


  • Review by 11 year old:Rowan, an 11 year old schoolgirl, cries onto a beech tree in Kensington Gardens and supernaturally shrinks into a fairy. She wants to escape and become human again, but has to find the secret behind the Heart of Oak to do so. She goes in search of her mother, who disappeared 7 years earlier, and makes new acquaintances who help her in her perilous adventures. On finally finding her mother, she has to leave her to return to her father and sister to tell them she is okay and [...]


  • I bought this book for my daughter Eloise (10) who adored it. I'm still a big kid myself, so I loved it too. As a reader, I enjoyed the way E.J. Clarke manages to take familiar elements and create something unique, original, moving and entertaining. A rare combination!As a parent, it's great to find a book like this, which conveys positive values I'd like my daughters to embrace: self-confidence, resilience and hope. It's an empowering story for an 8-12 year-old to experience; beyond the excelle [...]


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