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The White Stone in the Castle Wall

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It may not be true but it could be – this story of how a single white stone came to be in the wall surrounding Casa Loma, the magnificient medieval castle that stands in the middle of Toronto.

John Tommy Fiddich lives in Yorkville, tends the family vegetable patch, and considers himself the “luckiest boy in town.” When a hailstorm wipes out the vegetables, he goes from bein...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published September 28th 1996 by Tundra Books (first published September 14th 1995)
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Historically accurate illustrations and unusually poetic narrative bring to life the plight of young boy struggling to earn a single dollar and the genuine kindness of Sir Henry Pellatt.

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