Where Lions Roar at Night Ten year old Milly had always dreamed of living in the country and owning all sorts of animals So when her parents buy a piece of land and move their six children into a ninety year old barn Milly ca

  • Title: Where Lions Roar at Night
  • Author: Rosie Boom
  • ISBN: 9781921161186
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten year old Milly had always dreamed of living in the country and owning all sorts of animals So when her parents buy a piece of land and move their six children into a ninety year old barn, Milly can t believe her luck But she never imagined that living the simple life would include mucking out a filthy water tank, gathering endless supplies of firewood, clearing the lTen year old Milly had always dreamed of living in the country and owning all sorts of animals So when her parents buy a piece of land and move their six children into a ninety year old barn, Milly can t believe her luck But she never imagined that living the simple life would include mucking out a filthy water tank, gathering endless supplies of firewood, clearing the land, and rescuing animals in a hundred year storm Nor did she expect to hear deep groanings in the night Where Lions Roar at Night is a truly wonderful story that will be loved by all ages It has everything animals, family drama, exciting adventures, pioneering spirit, disaster, triumph, laughter and tears, and a wonderful New Zealand flavour A must read Cynthia Hancox, Homeschooling mother I wish I was there to go on all the adventures like camping out by the river, canoeing in the floods and exploring Narnia Jordan, 11 I absolutely loved it I want my very own copy I hope there will be a sequel because I can t wait to read it Rebekah, age 9

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    1. The first of The Barn Chronicles.There are places on earth - just a few - where the veil between this world and the 'imaginary' one of Narnia is wafer-thin. I've been to several of them and, wherever they are situated, they have one thing in common: the air glows and whispers, 'Aslan is near'.One such enchanted locality is a green-meadowed farm on the North Island of NZ. Here the 'pioneering' Boom family move into a ninety year old barn while preparing to build their own home. On the first night [...]

    2. A brilliant adventure to read aloud. Reading about the struggles and triumphs of the Boom family, has given our family new perspective and a better attitude. My kids now want to live like the family in the book! Loved by both me and the kids ;)

    3. A very big ‘Thank You’ to Rosie Boom for inviting readers of Where Lions Roar at Night to share her family’s simple pleasures and daily challenges as they live a pioneering life divorced from city distractions and modern conveniences.Readers of all ages will delight in the Boom’s family values and be inspired by the children’s activities as they interact with God, each other, the environment and nature. As the story unfolds and the Booms develop a property in the North Island of New Ze [...]

    4. This book comes from the category of a book written by a New Zealander. It is by Rosie Boom. I decided to read because my brother read it first and said it was an amazing book. I liked the book because it was not to dificult to read and it was a good one to read. It is about a family who bought some land and have adventures on 16 acres of land. there is nothing i didn't like about the book. I would recommend this book to 12 year olds and under and it is a great family read.

    5. I have just read this book. I recommend it as a wholesome, adventurous book that harks back to the days when children had freedom to roam and take a risk - away from the screen. It would be a great book for homeschoolers. Rosie writes with warmth and care. I look forward with anticipation to the second book in the series.

    6. Wow! What a wonderful book. I never knew that a story of a family's day-to-day occurrences could make for such interesting reading. I'll definitely have to continue with the other books in the series. I feel like I know this family so well now that I must continue reading to find out what else happens with them.

    7. A modern day "Little House on the Prairie." A large Christian, homeschooling family begins homesteading in New Zealand. They live in a barn, live through flooding, have farm chores, and learn a bit about life. A delightful read-a-loud for the family.

    8. I read this because one of my students brought it into school. It is very much in the vein of 'Little House on the Prairie' but in the modern day, in New Zealand. A family of eight buy some land, and move into the barn to live while they build their house. The children are homeschooled and pretty much roam free on the farm having great adventures and some nasty accidents. (Not surprisingly there is a Where Lions Roar at Night first aid kit). It was a very pleasant read and if my own children wer [...]

    9. Our family read this book as a read aloud, though a lot of the time is turned out being a laugh aloud. This book shows a bit what it is like to live in a large family, with all the accidents, everyday events and times when you can do nothing but laugh. Our family could relate very well. It is almost like a modern day "Little House on the Prairie" except it is a "Large Barn in New Zealand".

    10. I dont read many books like this series but this was amazing.The New Zealand touch of life to the adventures are great and I can read these books over and over again. they have earned their place on my bedside table!

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