Silverwing (The Silverwing Trilogy Book 1)

Author: Kenneth Oppel

Kenneth Oppel gives a bat’s-eye view of the horrors of animal testing in Sunwing, the sequel to his popular and award-winning novel for middle readers, Silverwing. Shade, the lost baby bat of the first book, has rejoined his colony only to lose his freedom as the bats plunge into a mysterious human building they believe is paradise. The building’s vast interior forest, wit….Read More

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