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Blowin' in the Wind

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Nine-year-old Daniel Hillman, a musical prodigy on Long Island, knows he'll be the first preteen in history to write, arrange and perform his own hit album, even though there are many other things he'd like to do. He knows that his older brother Steven will become the first teenager to circumnavigate the globe, his terrible school grades notwithstanding. He knows that his ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published October 10th 2019 by Black Rose Writing
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Corrine Ardoin
May 11, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Blowin' in the Wind is a humorous and unique perspective on life and growing up on Long Island. Young Daniel Hillman has goals and, by the way he goes about life, you believe he will do what he says he will do. The dysfunctional Jewish family of origin is usually very difficult for me to read, but with Samberg's writing style, his clear understanding of people, and a terrific sense-of-humor, it is an enjoyable read. True to life, obviously written by someone who knows, Blowin' in the Wind, warms ...more
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