Lucy wants to be a boy and imagines herself to be characters like a fabulous detective or a mysterious outlaw, and even runs away from home in order to seek adventures....
|Title||:||Lucy Runs Away|
|Number of Pages||:||67 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Lucy Runs Away Reviews
3.5 stars. We love Catherine Storr's books so was suprised to find this one we hadn't heard of. Lucy has a vivid imagination and longs for adventure. She says she will run away to her mother and sisters but they don't really believe her. Lucy saves and plans to do this after her eighth birthday as she has promised not to do so until then. This is a short read and would make a good 'starting to read alone' book although I expect this book hasn't enjoyed a reprint due to the subject matter. As this is aimed at young children it does send the message that running away could be quite a fun adventure so I can see this book wouldn't be suitable for some children.