How Wendy Redbird Dancing Survived the Dark Ages of Nought

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At 16, Wendy Redbird Dancing is a weird girl with a Michael Jackson obsession. Uprooted every year by her mom, she can't call a place home.

Things look better with her mom's new boyfriend who gains her trust. But when he turns out to be not what he seems, Wendy must go underground. All seems lost when the King of Pop dies. That's when she hears his voice. Is he now the only one she can trust? More
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About Lyn Fairchild Hawks

Lyn Fairchild Hawks writes YA contemporary fiction and short stories. She is author of the YA novel, How Wendy Redbird Dancing Survived the Dark Ages of Nought and author of the graphic novel, Minerda, illustrated by Robin Follet. She is author of the short story collection, The Flat and Weightless Tang-Filled Future.

A lifelong educator, Lyn also designs lessons, trains teachers, and makes Shakespeare accessible to students.She is author of Teaching Julius Caesar: A Differentiated Approach, and is also co-author of The Compassionate Classroom: Lessons that Nurture Wisdom and Empathy and Teaching Romeo and Juliet: A Differentiated Approach. Her lessons are featured in Differentiation in Practice: A Resource Guide for Differentiating Curriculum, Grades 9-12.

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Reviews of How Wendy Redbird Dancing Survived the Dark Ages of Nought by Lyn Fairchild Hawks

Stephen Fairchild reviewed on April 22, 2013

Just finished reading the ebook version of Lyn Hawks' debut novel.

The pace, plot,suspense and power of this novel were excellent. The author's writing style provides an intriguing balance between literary and commercial fiction. The biblical and Shakespearean references combined with popular culture give the overall story an interesting dimension. The author has developed the characters in a way that maximizes the reader's empathy and/or revulsion.

The novel is an instructive lesson for young adults wise beyond their years and who struggle with personal demons. Parents can gain insight about the pressures and risks of raising teens in today's rapidly changing environment. This novel would be useful reading for current and future adolescent psychiatrists.

I eagerly await the sequels and maybe a prequel to learn more about the past and future of the wise and weird Wendy.

Kudos to Lyn Fairchild Hawks

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(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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