WINNER OF THE AUSTRALASIAN CALEB BOOK AWARD FOR BEST CHILDREN’S BOOK 2011
Where Arrows Fly is the sequel to Where Lions Roar at Night and is the second book in The Barn Chronicles series by New Zealand author Rosie Boom. Read about the continuing adventures of the Boom family and the everyday joys and challenges of the ‘simple life’.
As eleven year-old Milly and her family begin their second year of living in the ninety-year-old barn, Milly has never been happier. While Dad and Mum are busy building the new family home, the children are messing about on the land. Their days are full of adventures - horse riding, camping in Lantern Waste, making huts, canoeing and swimming in the river, archery … and all the while, Milly’s menagerie of animals continues to grow. But one thing is missing. Milly dreams of milking her very own cow. However when the time finally comes, Milly discovers that training a house cow is not as easy as she thought it would be…
"Thankyou SOOO much for writing Where Lions Roar at Night, and Where Arrows fly. I think your books are the BEST I have EVER read!
I am reading it for the second time and I only started it yesterday! They are full of fun,adventure,celebrations,broken legs,and heaps more!They are full of fun, adventure, celebrations, broken legs, and heaps more!
I would LOVE to live in a barn like that and live on that property with a river, animals, swings, eels and everything else! I would also love to have all those adventures.
You are definitly my favourite author. I was sad when I finished the book but I was SO happy when I saw …To Be Continued!” ~ Aria, 10
"Destined to be a classic."
283 pages and over 90 pencil illustrations.
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