Dawe, Ted.

And did those feet-- / Ted Dawe. - Dunedin, N.Z. : Longacre Press, 2006. - 192 pages ; 20 cm.

Novel for children.

The year Mum died and Dad went mad, a young man is sent to live on a farm with Aunt Lorna, Uncle Frank, and five cousins who belong to the Jerusalem League, a William Blake cult. Feeling lonely and depressed, he makes friends with Pimpernickle, the resident pig. While on a school camp a flood hits and everyone is forced to head to higher ground. How will they cross the river and reach safe ground? Just what happens when they're rescued? Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children & Young Adults 2007 Finalist.

9781877361494 (pbk.) : $16.99 1877361496 (pbk.)

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