Sky Legs

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Hachette Australia, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 298 pages
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Eleni moves to a village in the clouds, where the blue mountains and the sky seem to stretch forever but, surprisingly, people's minds don't. She's been hoping that she can make a new start and leave behind the sense of loss and the low self-esteem that she has been struggling with for most of her life. But this is the kind of place where she'll never fit in. And Eleni is definitely different! So when she and her friends come up against small-mindedness, they find a way to fight it and to change attitudes - beginning with their own. Eleni draws unexpected strength from her mother's determination to live triumphantly and realises that even in her bleakest moments, her life has been transformed by various kinds of magic and more than once has been touched by angels.

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User Review  - mcgarry - LibraryThing

Yr. 9 - Yr. 12. Eleni moves to a village in the clouds, where the blue mountains and the sky seem to stretch forever but, surprisingly, people's minds don't. She's been hoping that she can make a new ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ella Monaghan - Goodreads

I liked it, but it was sad in most parts and some parts were disgusting. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Irini Savvides lives and works in the Blue Mountains. A school teacher, she has Master's degrees in writing and eduction and loves poetry, mists across the mountains and shoes.

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