WHERE THE WIND BLOWS FREE by Mary E. Winchell

WHERE THE WIND BLOWS FREE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

More of the kindly reminiscences begun in Home by the Bering Sea from days spent in a mission orphanage on the Alcutian Islands -- annals of an unspoiled and self-sufficient world with its peaceful pursuits. The severity and isolation of the north is warmed by the simple comfort and communal spirit of the mission. The wind brings them a punt which is a big acquisition for the boys; there's a different kind of excitement when a fire breaks out; the stories of the children round out the tale. Part of this appeared in the Christian Advocate.

Pub Date: Nov. 24th, 1954
Publisher: Caxton