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Posted December 2, 2005
Too Much Wind Not Enough Thunder
The author takes what could be an exciting tale of a young, strong minded and strong bodied cowgirl and turns it into a rambling story filled with long winded descriptions. The use of the scrap iron and Rose¿s music throughout the story is forced and often senseless. I read this story to many children and they seemed to get lost in the wordiness of the story. Their comments in the end were that the story is confusing and boring. The pictures, however, in this story are beautiful, and the illustrator gives the reader a feel for the bright, bold landscapes of the Old West.
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