visión de conjunto:Críticas * Fraillon crafts a harrowing vision of life in the detention center yet Subhi finds solace in sensitively portrayed friendships with a rebellious older boy a compassionate guard and an intrepid girl named Jimmie While addressing themes of loss desperation and injustice in an all-too-relevant setting Fraillon's resonant novel underscores the healing power of story.--Publishers Weekly (starred review)* The pivoting story line with chapters alternating among Subhi Jimmie and sparkling slivers of family lore allows Fraillon to explore the many faces of otherness bravery and solidarity. But Subhi's narrative whether he's squabbling with a rubber duck or searching the stars remains the standout of the three: wide-eyed heartfelt and infectiously imaginative... This tale is breathtaking and indispensable. As Subhi might say 'there is a fierce' inside of it.--Booklist (starred review)Fraillon's story is stark and urgent; her afterword tells more about the all-too-true reality that inspired the book.--The Horn BookZana Fraillon's powerful and poetic tale of friendship in the face of injustice will fly away with your heart.--Katherine Marsh Edgar Award-winning author of The Night TouristOutstanding... This is an important heartbreaking book with frequent unexpected humor that everyone...should read.--The GuardianAn author worth watching.--Kirkus ReviewsThought-provoking and affecting... Hand to readers who appreciated Linda Sue Park's A Long Walk to Water.--School Library JournalA special book.--Morris Gleitzman author of OnceThe Bone Sparrow is a book you'll feel in your chest long after you finish. It's about stories that ache to be told and the transformational power of sharing them. Though Subhi's journey is confined by fences he finds magic and great injustice tragedy and courage-and ultimately wings.--Kirsten Hubbard author of Watch the Sky and Race the NightAccolades Carnegie Medal 2017 FinalistWinner of the 2017 Amnesty CILIP Honor Guardian Children's Fiction Prize 2016 Finalist A 2017 Bank Street Best Children's Book of the Year A 2017 CCBC Choices Selection Maine Student Book Award 2017 Finalist-- Reseña del editor Indispensable.-Booklist (starred review) CARNEGIE MEDAL 2017 FINALISTSubhi is a refugee. He was born in an Australian permanent detention center after his mother and sister fled the violence of a distant homeland and the center is the only world he knows. But every night the faraway whales sing to him the birds tell him their stories and the magical Night Sea from his mother's stories brings him gifts. As Subhi grows his imagination threatens to burst beyond the limits of the fences that contain him. Until one night it seems to do just that. Subhi sees a scruffy girl on the other side of the wire mesh a girl named Jimmie who appears with a notebook written by the mother she lost. Unable to read it herself Jimmie asks Subhi to unravel her family's love songs and tragedies that are penned there. Subhi and Jimmie might both find comfort-and maybe even freedom-as their tales unfold. But not until each has been braver than ever before and made choices that could change everything. Biografía del autor Zana Fraillon was born in Melbourne Australia but spent her early childhood in San Francisco. Zana has written two picture books for young children a series for middle readers and a fictitious book for older readers based on research and recounts of survivors of the Forgotten Generation. She now lives in Melbourne with her three sons husband and two dogs. When Zana isn't reading or writing she likes to explore the museums and hidden passageways scattered across Melbourne. They provide the same excitement as that moment before opening a new book ? preparing to step into the unknown where a whole world of possibilities awaits.