The Boy With Wings by Lenny Henry



When Tunde finds out that he is half-bird and can fly, he will try to save the world from the cat people’s invasion. I liked how the author (Lenny Henry) put a vivid picture in your head when describing people. I think people from age 6-9 would like this book. By: James (age 8). Rating: 4/5.

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Lenny Henry’s hilarious new adventure, The Boy with Wings, is for readers of 9 to 12 and illustrated throughout by Keenon Ferrell. Includes an exclusive comic book adventure illustrated by Mark Buckingham.

An ordinary kid is about to become an EXTRAORDINARY hero!

Wings? Check.
A super-cool, super-secret past? Check.
An impossible mission to save the world from a fur-ocious enemy? Check.

When Tunde sprouts wings and learns he’s all that stands between Earth and total destruction, suddenly school is the least of his problems. Luckily, his rag-tag group of pals have got his back, and with his new powers, Tunde is ready to fly in the face of danger.

So what if he can’t even stand up to the school bully? He’s the boy with wings – this is his destiny.

No pressure then. . .