Falcon's Egg

Falcon's Egg

Luli Gray / Jan 17, 2020

Falcon s Egg Ever since her parents divorced Falcon has been in charge of herself her younger brother and even her loving but self absorbed mother One day in Central Park she finds a large glowing hot egg tha

  • Title: Falcon's Egg
  • Author: Luli Gray
  • ISBN: 9780395711286
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ever since her parents divorced, Falcon has been in charge of herself, her younger brother, and even her loving but self absorbed mother One day in Central Park she finds a large, glowing, hot egg that no one can identify With her wise but eccentric great aunt, a nurturing neighbor, and a wacky ornithologist from the Museum of Natural History, she establishes a secret soEver since her parents divorced, Falcon has been in charge of herself, her younger brother, and even her loving but self absorbed mother One day in Central Park she finds a large, glowing, hot egg that no one can identify With her wise but eccentric great aunt, a nurturing neighbor, and a wacky ornithologist from the Museum of Natural History, she establishes a secret society the Friends of Egg As Falcon watches and cares for the egg, she is able to forget some of her problems and even to share her secret with her family And when a baby dragon hatches, everyone is amazed except Great Aunt Emily, who knows that dragons appear only for a reason A beautifully crafted, memorable first novel, Falcon s Egg combines fantasy with a poignant story of love in a troubled single parent family.

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    867 Comments

    1. A subtle old-fashioned story. Nothing really happens with the dragon, and the people are mostly sketches that fill roles in Falcon's life. It's just a story about how Falcon learns lessons about different kinds of love, and how she finally does become "mature for her age." Oh, and the 'troubled' family? Well, a little bit challenged, ok but mainly by today's standards. In pioneer times, children of 11 would definitely be depended upon as caregivers for the younger one. Maybe the sequel enriches, [...]


    2. I first read this book [I refuse to call it novel; it's only 133 pages] when I was seven, and even then I realized it was a short-ass book. It lacks plot and depth, but it is meant for smallerish kids, and is a debut book, so I can't complain much there.Overall it's a cute, fast and simple story that I might recommend to young reluctant readers and dragon fans.


    3. When I was in the sixth grade, I read this book all year. I'd read it, finish it, and go right back to the beginning again. My bookmark was a playing card from the 70s or 80s with a picture of an old house on the back.


    4. Funny coincidences in this one -- I started it immediately finishing Sara Nickerson's How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found, and both books start with the question "where does a story begin?" Both have female protagonists around the same age who have one sibling 5 years younger and live with a mother they call by first name. Also both plots are based on the finding and hiding of something (although the objects are dissimilar). However, where How to Disappear expands into more complexity [...]


    5. This book is a okay book. It get's boring though. It is about a girl who finds a egg. The egg is a dragon. The book cover is her name and her finding that egg. When I first found this book, I thought it was about a falcon, and not the girls name. She talks about this dragon all the time. The dragon is with her where ever she goes. I think this book is good, but I wouldn't recommend this book to others because it just keeps going on and on and gets boring.


    6. We got this at our local Free Little Library. It was a fun read for me and my third grade daughter. Some of the imagery and characterizations were very evocative. Sometimes, while reading this, I wished that the editor had a stronger hand in this book. Reads like a good first novel. Interested to see if this author wrote more.


    7. Eleven year old Falcon takes cre of her mother and borther in NYC, but needs to call upon her Aunt, an orinthologist, when she has to take care of a strange egg she finds in Central Park. (Based on the actual events surrounding Falcons nesting in NYC).


    8. Taking car of her younger brother and flighty mother has made Falcon a very responsible eleven-year-old girl. She needs the help of her great-great- Aunt, and orinthologist, when she finds an unusual egg in Central Park. (Based on actual accounts of Falcons nesting in skyscraperrs in NYC).


    9. I like this book didn't make sense because I read it too fast,but it was a nice story and it made me love books.:):-)<:-)



    10. There are two stories going on here that don't really seem to match at all. I thought this book was odd and kind of boring.





    11. Over all it was an interesting book, but the end was a little inconclusive. It could have been better with more detail and a longer story.



    12. Girl finds egg in central park. Enlists help of oddball cast of adult characters to nurture it as it hatches into a baby dragon. Falcon wants to keep dragon but needs to realize it needs to free.



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