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7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle inspiring story of a girl who's disability is her greatest strength 7 marzo 2016
Di Robin Landry - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Matica is a young girl who lives in the Andes with her missionary parents and older brother. What makes Matica unique, is that she is nine years-old but has the body of the two year-old child. Her affliction, causes the native Indians to be suspicious of Matica until she proves she is far more than her disability, and in fact her greatest strength is her size because being so small, Matica can fly on the back of a condor.

How this surprising event comes about, is when Matica befriends a male condor who seems to understand everything Matica is saying, and she in turn understand him. When the condor and his mate's precious egg is stolen by poachers, Matica and her father find, and rescue the egg with the condors' blessing. Matica and her family care for the egg and when it hatches, Matica is pseudo-mother to a giant condor.

Because of her befriending of the condors, Matica earns the Indians' respect and admiration, which turns her life around. She gives talks at the school, and becomes special instead of feared. This is a story about how one young girl's love for nature, turned her own life around and made it into something exciting, and most importantly, gave her disability meaning. This is a wonderfully written, heartfelt story about the power of love to redeem us. It's about how Nature can heal and give our lives meaning and being us closer to those around us. I really enjoyed this story and would recommend it to readers of all ages. There is nothing in this book that I would read to even a five year-old.
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A great read for all ages! 16 giugno 2014
Di Jacqueline M Piepenhagen - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Author Gigi Sedlmayer's first book of her TALON series "TALON Come Fly With Me" is an inspirational read. It takes the reader into the Andes Mountains of Peru to a remote village where we meet a young girl, named Matica who worries about being shunned by the tribal people because of her growth disability that makes her different from everyone else.

Everyday life continues with Matica and her Missionary family until one day she befriends two Condors she names Tamo and Tima. The village natives watch from a distance as her friendship and trust grow with the Condors. It only takes a short time before the entire village accepts the little girl for who she is when they find she can also communicate with them.

Matica joins forces with Tima and Tamo when poachers threaten to steal their one and only egg. You will need to read the story and follow Matica's journey as she helps her new found friends save their egg in a most unconventional way.

After the egg hatches Matica names the chick Talon and then a whole new journey begins as the village people watch and admire the bond they have developed.

The author takes a gentle approach throughout the book as to not be harsh towards human or animals. The author does a wonderful job with colorful detail. The conflict is light, yet I found all the principles needed for a wonderful story that I feel many elementary age children would enjoy reading.

I would recommend this book as well as the rest of the series to all ages.
7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Kitty Muse Book Reviews 26 novembre 2014
Di Kitty - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Matica could handle the move from Australia to this small village high up in the Andes in Peru. She adapted easily to the lack of modern technology and running water. But there is one thing that makes her life difficult.
For whatever reason, the natives see her as an outcast because of her stature—or, rather, her lack. She is much smaller than other girls her age, and her new neighbors spurn her for that reason only. The rest of the family – little brother Aikon, father Crayn, and mother Mira – all seem to have as many friends as they would like.
But Matica wanders alone.
Her meanderings bring her to a peaceful, out-of-the-way clearing she decides to call Ramah, and this is where her life changes forever. She discovers two condors, who she names Tima and Tamo, and to her delight they seem to be just as curious about her as she is of them. Time passes, and they get to know each other to the point of a true friendship.
This does not go without notice by the villagers, who begin to see Matica differently. And when she is designated by Tima and Tamo to keep their egg, after a very dramatic struggle with poachers, she becomes even more famous.
And what happens after Talon is born will surprise everyone, even Matica and the condor parents.
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This story, Book One of the “Talon” series, is a great beginning to the tale of a lonely girl’s friendship with these huge birds of South America. I loved how their friendship grew, as much because of Tima and Tamo’s efforts as Matica’s. Fiction or not, I cannot say, but the condors possess a deep intelligence that I found in turns charming, endearing, and downright incredible.
I didn’t say much about Talon, even though his name is in the title. His was the egg rescued from the poachers, and he does some fantastic deeds while he is growing up. But to say too much would spoil it for other readers. Suffice it to say, he does some things that really make him memorable. The part in the book where he learns to fly—funny and frightening at the same time.
I loved how the villagers, and eventually people from all over, came to respect and understand Matica, and lost their unfounded fear of her stature. It took the friendship of one of the largest airborne animals in the world, but they finally realized that she was really no different from them.
Except she had huge birds following her around like dogs…
A great start to what should be a wonderful series. I look forward to reading the rest of the books.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Delightful. 18 marzo 2016
Di Karen Ingalls - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A delightful and imaginative story about one young girl's relationship with a condor. She has a growth deficiency and has been teased by her classmates. However, they soon find new respect and admiration for her as she befriends the condors and helps raise a newly born chick. Wonderfully written.
10 di 10 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A Heart-warming Story 14 agosto 2014
Di Paul A. Bussard, SF author - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Sedlmayer's Talon series is great reading with a heart-warming connection between Matica and her condor friends. Although the story is uplifting for children with social challenges, it's a fun read for all. Sedlmayer's writing style reminds me somewhat of Madeleine L'Engle's, except for the age of the protagonists. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

Note--my rating scale: 5=I was so excited, I told the first person I saw, 4=I liked it. Any flaws I found were minor, 3=Flaws were distracting, but I kept on reading, 2=Flaws kept me from enjoying the story, 1=I couldn't force myself to finish the book.