Talon, Come Fly with Me reviews

 

REVIEW by Pamela Winn for Talon, come fly with me

Review by Pamela Winn for Talon, come fly with me I was lucky to receive the set of books in the Talon series. Starting with Come fly with me, an introduction into a tale that is heartwarming story of a young girl, Matica becomes friends with condors. The story is about more than just a girl liking birds, it is about growing up, learning about ourselves and struggling to be a part of something. The author takes readers into the ...
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REVIEW by Tonja Decker

This is a tale of finding acceptance, love, friendship, bravery and so much more. Matica is a bright, young girl but, thanks to her handicap, stuck in a body which is smaller than that of her younger brother. The villagers shut her out, unable to accept her differences. But Matica doesn’t let it get her too down. Her adventurous spirit enables her to befriend two condors, and helps them when a poacher tries to steal their egg. When the egg ...
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A very worthwhile reading. All the 5 star reviews will tell you. And a 5 STAR review with Reader’s Favorite and SILVER for cover competition. It has to count. Try it and see for yourself. Must be good. Amazon – Talon, come fly with me Users who liked this: ...
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REVIEW by Gregory V. Diehl

Gregory V. Diehl review for: Talon, come fly with me   What a beautiful story about learning to see the hidden strengths to anything! I recommend this to fill your children with the hope that no matter what they are facing, no matter what problems they have to deal with, there is always something they can do to make the most of the situation. Matica is a great role model to learn from, frankly, even for adults.   Amazon – ...
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OnlineBookClub review

Official Review: Talon by Gigi Sedlmayer Post Number:#1 by busycat » 08 Aug 2017, 10:57 [Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Talon” by Gigi Sedlmayer.] 4 out of 4 stars Review by busycat If you like wildlife stories or tales about South America, this children’s adventure novel might just be for you. Talon: Come Fly With Me is the first book in the Talon series by Australian (German-born) author Gigi Sedlmayer. The story concerns a 9-year-old girl who interacts with ...
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REVIEW for TALON, COME FLY WITH ME

Review by V. Sridhar for TALON, COME FLY WITH ME This short story connects immediately to kids with its conversational tone. Matica is a girl who has grown up to be 9 years of age but physically is small. This leads her to feel isolated in her immediate circle. To add to the complexity, her parents – missionaries – relocate from Australia to South America to stay among the Indians.   Matica comes in contact with a pair of Condors ...
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THIS BOOK WILL MAKE YOUR SPIRIT SOAR

5* review by Allan Krummenacker for TALON, COME FLY WITH ME the first book in the series Have you ever felt like you would never fit in? Of course you have, we all have at one point or another. But for some this is not simply being awkward socially, but much more. For 10 year old Matica, the problem is a physical one. She is not growing. Despite her age and having a younger brother, Matica has the body of ...
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CHAPTER 8 of Talon, come fly with me

TALON, COME FLY WITH ME – Chapter 8   You Did All That for Me? Curious as he was, the condor dropped down to Matica as usual, but he wouldn’t catch the food. Instead he passed her with an elegant swoop. It was as if a hurricane went over the top of her. It also appeared to her as if the whole sky parted, let him through and she was blown on the wind of the universe — that he ...
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Review by Linda Fender for first book

Review by Lisa Fender for first book Talon is a fun book for middle grade children. I plan to buy a copy for my grandson. It’s a very sweet book about a handicapped little girl named Matica who is teased and befriends a vulture for companionship. Through her time with the bird, she discovers that they understand each other. She, along with her family, save the vulture pair’s egg from poachers and once the egg hatches, the new baby becomes ...
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WILL TALON JUMP?

Chapter 50 of first book: TALON, COME FLY WITH ME The Big Jump The ledge Matica, Crayn and Talon were standing on wasn’t very wide, so Talon had just enough room to lie there. ‘Hey, Talon,’ Matica said, ‘what about jumping?’ But Talon wouldn’t move yet. He opened his eyes and looked questioningly up at his parents as if to ask, ‘Should I do it now?’ Matica interpreted his look. ‘Okay, let’s do it.’ Talon got up and looked down ...
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TALON IS LEARNING TO FLY

A Walking and Climbing Talon – Chapter 49 Friday was cloudy with thick rain clouds hanging over the mountain, but Matica and Talon still walked to Ramah for his practice. They hadn’t arrived back home yet when bullet-sized raindrops thundered down on them. They ran the last hundred meters to the village and took shelter in Amos’s house where Talon pressed himself close to the wall and waited, anxiously looking at Matica and the rain. ‘Poor Talon,’ said Jose, who ...
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MATICA

The Talon series is written about a girl named Matica. She suffers from an illness that prevents her from growing. Her physical form is about the size of a two-year-old but mentally she is 9. But she will not suffer from it, she will have the greatest adventure a human person can have.  Amazon.com – Talon Series   Users who liked this: ...
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ABOUT OLD WEBSITE, THIS IS THE NEW ONE

http://gigised.com/about-old-websit…s-is-the-new-one/ This was my last post at my old website. I hope you transfer your emails over to this one and follow me here, so you get all the posts I am posting here. Thank you. Please do it. Also please like and comment on the posts. Thank you again. Much appreciated. And when you are there, click on the book and then on the right side you can see for each book, the reviews and everything else. The old ...
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