Fledgling Review: A Story Like the Wind by Gill Lewis

On a small boat one man tells a story of the one possession he took with him… This is a deep and moving tale of people who are probably Syrian refugees and a man who took with him a violin.  As he plays the violin, he tells the beautiful tale of the horse who gave its tail hairs for the bow of the violin.  I would recommend this book for people over 8, as it has a slightly sad ending.



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