"Though some parts of this have a loose association with fact, children will find a far livelier and more history-based introduction to Handel in M. T. Anderson's Handel, Who Knew What He Liked (2001). (Picture book. 8-10)"
In this leadenly earnest rewrite of Cowling's same-named audio drama, a London street child finds healing in music—specifically Handel's music—as he's wrested from the clutches of a villain dubbed The Keeper by two young compatriots and the composer himself.
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