In the Language of Loonsby Natalie Kinsey-Warnock
t was summer, 1969, and for all his life, Arlis would remember it because of the loons Spending the summer with his grandparents opened new worlds for Arlis. He was glad to be away from his father, who was always too busy to spend time with him anyway. That wasn�t the case with Grandpa. Grandpa taught him about the stars, about birds, and most especially about having faith in himself and the need to take responsibility for your actions. It was the summer he started to run, and realized he could be good at something if he tried hard enough. When school started that fall, even though some sad changes came as well, he was a new Arlis, one who was able to stand on his own.
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This book was the one that got me hooked on reading!!!!! Its such a beautiful story that made me laugh, cry, and wonder!!!!Two thumbs up to Natalie Kinsey-Warnock