Birdy & Fishy, Destination: Freedom

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
“Birdy & Fishy” is a lovely and deep story, about the great power of hope. It is about, believing in miracles and the strength of friendship and loyalty. More
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About Lily Amis

Children & YA author, blogger, illustrator and publisher, Lily Amis, is the author of “Destination Freedom” and many more books to this date. With her honest memoir, Lily has enjoyed strong media exposure and public interest during the refugee crises in summer 2015. Placements included two features with national newspaper, the Daily Mirror, as well as interviews with popular British lifestyle websites.

Lily Amis had to fight against injustice, prejudice, discrimination, and social isolation for almost three decades to become who she is today. An Independent Publisher and Author with the goal to entertain, educate and inspire readers about important and eye-opening topics in our society. Her books and audiobooks are educational and timeless for the young and young at heart. The stories are available in English and German. Some titles are also available in Italian and Spanish.

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Reading with Lily Amis "Birdy & Fishy"

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Reviews of Birdy & Fishy, Destination: Freedom by Lily Amis

elyverde reviewed on Jan. 16, 2018

I truly enjoyed this small but really meaningful book! I liked the idea to do not despair, even in the most difficult situations, and to do not lose time in complaints, loosing the opportunities to watch at the positive side, that always exists.
In a clear, simple, but at the same time symbolic and deep way, the author writes this story suitable for adults and children. Very recommended for everyone wants to read a beautiful and well written story.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Joey Paul reviewed on Sep. 4, 2017

A short, but sweet story about Fishy's desire for freedom, and the way in which Birdy helps her to achieve that. Enjoyable and a nice quick read. I liked it very much, along with the message it sends to the reader in that you don't know how lucky you are until faced with your own privilege, and that there is always hope, you just have to find it.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Brittany Lewis reviewed on Sep. 3, 2017

I really enjoyed this story and I read it to my daughter. We laughed as we read it because we could really picture Fishy doing what was described in the book! I would like to read more children’s stories from this author in the future.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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