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336 pages, Hardcover
First published January 8, 2008
Long ago and far away in the land of ice and snow, there came a time when it seemed that winter would never end. The months when summer should have given the land respite were cold and damp, and the winter months were snow filled and colder still. The people said the cold had lasted a hundred years, and feared that it would last a hundred more. It was not a natural winter, and no one knew what witch or troll had caused the winds to howl so fiercely.
“Never look back, never forget.”
This book was made possible by the letter “ø.”Hehe, that was funny (and mostly true).
“That is because you are nothing more than a foolish human child,” the west wind retorted.You go, pika!
“And you are nothing more than a rude little breeze, blowing sand in my eyes and quivering,” the lass snapped back. She had not come this far just to be turned away by a wind.