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Her mother is an addict, her father is a mystery, and her safe space is the shabby little diner where the man with the dirty hands eats dessert. Bird has a gift, like every winged creature before her, she has been graced with the ability to find the sun. As flocks are drawn south, so too is Bird Mitena drawn to hope, even when her whole world is falling apart around her. H ...more
Paperback, 366 pages
Published November 7th 2020 by Alanna Rusnak Publishing
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Alanna is an amazing author! Loved this book!
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Alanna lives on a small patch of untamable land in southwestern Ontario, with her three children, husband, and their vintage van. Alanna has been saturated in classic Canadian fiction since she was a young child and has been passionate about words for nearly as long, stubbornly holding to the dream of someday spinning her own tales. Now, when evening falls, she tucks herself into her self-made stu ...more

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