War of the Wind

 War of the Wind 

by Victoria Williamson

Genre: MG

Publication Date: 23rd September 2022

Publisher: Neem Tree Press


A truly powerful book that highlights many of the issues facing young people in their daily lives. And of course an added government plot to try and destroy the island they call home. 

War of the Wind takes a hard look at the perception of children with disabilities or additional needs. It doesn’t shy away from the cruelty and bias that they face but at the same time focuses on them as intelligent young people. Highlighting issues of bullying and self doubt. This book is a must read. It will make you stop and think about how are actions affect others and also our own blindness to something we say or do. 

A gripping plot that will have you desperate to read more. The story is full of suspense - just when you think things can’t get worse a event will arise that has your heart in your throat. 

I was gifted a copy for the book tour 

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Author Information

A lifelong storyteller and daydreamer, Victoria Williamson is a children's author and teacher who grew up in Kirkintilloch, north Glasgow, surrounded by hills on the edge of a forest estate where many of her early ghost stories and fantasy tales were born amid the magical trees and spooky old ruined buildings. After studying Physics at the University of Glasgow, Williamson set out on her own real-life adventures, which included teaching math’s and science in Cameroon, training teachers in Malawi, teaching English in China and working with children with additional support needs in the UK. Victoria is a qualified primary school teacher with a degree in Mandarin Chinese from Yunnan University and a Master’s degree in Special Needs in Education. She is passionate about creating inclusive worlds in her novels where all children can see a reflection of themselves in a heroic role. Her previous novels, The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle, and The Boy with the Butterfly Mind (Floris Books) were based on her experiences of teaching children with diverse backgrounds and have been shortlisted for a number of awards.

Website: http://strangelymagical.com/

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