Braver

Braver

A Wombat's Tale

Suzanne Selfors, Walker Ranson

$9.99

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For fans of the Warrior series and Redwall, Braver: A Wombat’s Tale is an exciting new fantasy adventure novel for young readers from Suzanne Selfors and Walker Ranson.

Lola Budge isn’t your average bare-nosed wombat. While her parents and neighbors in the Northern Forest want nothing more than peace and quiet, Lola loves to talk. Bored by the quiet routine of wombat life, Lola desperately wants something, anything, interesting to happen.

But when Lola follows the terrifying sound of unfamiliar screeching, she discovers a predator who has been kept in exile for many generations. And this creature has captured the peaceful wombats and carted them away—including Lola’s parents.

To save her family, Lola will need help from the Queen of Tassie Island herself. But the road to the golden city of Dore is long and treacherous for a young wombat, especially with predators on the loose. To save the ones she loves, Lola will have to brave infested swamps, rushing rivers, and soaring heights, while encountering all sorts of strange critters, both friend and foe.

At times exciting, at times heart-warming, this is the story of a wombat who is much braver than anyone imagined.

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Suzanne Selfors:

Suzanne Selfors is a best-selling, award-winning author of over thirty books for young readers, including Wish Upon a Sleepover and Fortune’s Magic Farm. She lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest where wombat-sightings are extremely rare. Braver: A Wombat's Tale is her first book cowritten with her son.

Walker Ranson studied engineering at Gonzaga University and worked as a pizza chef and grocery stocker before finally admitting to his family and friends that what he really wanted to do was be a writer. Braver: A Wombat's Tale is his first published novel. Walker currently works at an independent bookstore and is writing his next novel.




Suzanne Selfors is a best-selling, award-winning author of over thirty books for young readers, including Wish Upon a Sleepover and Fortune’s Magic Farm. She lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest where wombat-sightings are extremely rare. Braver: A Wombat's Tale is her first book cowritten with her son.

Walker Ranson studied engineering at Gonzaga University and worked as a pizza chef and grocery stocker before finally admitting to his family and friends that what he really wanted to do was be a writer. Braver: A Wombat's Tale is his first published novel. Walker currently works at an independent bookstore and is writing his next novel.

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