“The ward was in darkness but framed under a moonbeam was her tatty friend.”
This is a tender story of friendship and resilience in a rapidly changing world that sees the scarecrow’s field under threat from the arrival of a new supermarket. An enchanting tale that captures a young girl’s determination to save the scarecrow and preserve their relationship.
When Sophie goes into hospital, she makes an amazing new friend: a scarecrow. Follow their adventures in this heart-warming tale by Jane Considine with illustrations by Mark Stanley. This book was written to help younger children aged 3-6 years old to think more positively about the new experience of going into hospital. It’s positive and does not involve any death or trauma.