The Diddakoi (Gypsy Girl)

The Diddakoi

Kizzy Lovell is a gypsy girl.

She has her gran and her horse, Joe, and she doesn't need anything else. Then Gran dies, her wagon burns, and Kizzy is left all alone - in a community that hates her.

Thirty years after its original publication, Rumer Godden's beloved story of one girl's courage, and how an entire community learns to celebrate differences is now back in print for a new generation of readers to enjoy.

This story has helped many children cope with bereavement.

News


12/12/2016
3 new editions from Pan Macmillan complete the Dolls series of childrens’ books
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12/12/2016
Two new editions published by Speaking Tiger
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12/12/2016
Open Road Publishes 13 Rumer Godden Ebook titles
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22/03/2016
Pan Macmillan publishes 3 new editions
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