My One Legged Friend

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
“Oh dear, this isn’t good,” I said to myself. “How on earth can I help this poor seagull?”
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About Angela Hope

Born in the UK 1947 and emigrated to Perth Australia in 1989 with her husband and two daughters. Angela Hope is now a retired Author and Artist who was inspired to write children’s stories when her first grand daughter was born in 1992. She wrote 30 stories and had been accepted by a publisher that unfortunately went bankrupt in 1995. With her husband creating her book covers Angela has finally put them and her latest stories on the Internet for children to enjoy.
I live in Busselton Western Australia. You can contact me on

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Keymor reviewed on June 26, 2018

Wonderful story. As with all of Angela Hopes stories that I have read I wanted to see what would happen......they always have a sense of intrigue to see what the ending will be. The deeper meaning also highlights issues with fishing line damage to our environment. Excellent!
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Andre' Mwansa reviewed on June 24, 2018

Heartwarming, enlightening, Real definition of being human. Thank you for this wonderful read.
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Tag Cavello reviewed on June 23, 2018

As a person who regularly feeds stray cats and dogs from his porch, this story resonated with me. Yes, to be kind to strays makes you very popular with them, and can get you into trouble sometimes. But since when has doing the right thing ever been easy?
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James Hold reviewed on June 19, 2018

A sweet story where an act of mercy proves rewarding to all.
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coolbookworm reviewed on June 18, 2018

A charming and thoughtful story that shows how one person can make an important and vital change to the existence of a wild bird.
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Dream Catcher Publishing House reviewed on June 18, 2018

Hello, my name is Timothy Lasiter and I approve of this book. First off, this is a reminder of how human compassion is key in life. I don't know if this is a true story but I appreciate the caring attitude of the writer. It's a quick read and well worth it. Keep Writing Writer!
P.S Writer, make all the font the same, your readers will appreciate it!
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