As an 11-year old, Michael Kleiner spent 1969-70 in Norway with his family, attended a Norwegian school, learned about the culture, the language and enjoyed unique experiences. He would not return to Norway until 1986 as an adult. During that and subsequent trips, Michael's affection and appreciation for the country, its social system and people grew. The book is unique because it is told through a child's eyes and memories and an adult's perspective. The book is written with warmth, sensitivity, humor, caring and insight. Michael discovered the value of multiculturalism, a "second home and family" in Norway - a country that is more than cold weather.
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