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When Robin, the son of a nobleman, falls and loses the use of his legs, he is abandoned and left alone. A monk named Brother Luke rescues Robin and takes him to the hospice of St. Mark's, where he is taught woodcarving and--much harder--patience and strength. Winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

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Aug 23, 2008

Good and Good For You

Anyone who has ever experienced feeling inadequate for unavoidable tasks will benefit from reading this book. Its artistry is a joy. And it's just a plain ol' good story.


Apr 10, 2007

Highly recommend it

I use it in my classroom. The students enjoyed it. It is an easy enough read for lower reading abilities but Lots of great extension activities for higher achieving students. I recommend it very much. Buy it for your classroom. You will use it.

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