The Greenest Wind: A Summer in Ireland

The Greenest Wind: A Summer in Ireland

by Gesine Schulz

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ISBN-13: 9783742707185
Publisher: neobooks
Publication date: 02/02/2019
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 166
Sales rank: 1,019,953
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Gesine Schulz was born in Northern Germany. Because she liked books and wanted to see the world, she became a librarian and worked abroad for more than ten years, mostly in Ireland and New York. Now a full-time writer, she makes her home in Germany's Ruhr Valley with her two cats, one Irish and one German, and a lot of books. She has published a number of novels, many short crime stories, and a children's mystery series. Gesine loves visiting West Cork, the setting of THE GREENEST WIND.

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Anonymous 4 months ago
I read this book and really liked it. It speaks to kids who are dealing with the same kinds of challenges Lucy is. She is angry, feels betrayed and abandoned by her parents as her perfect vacation is cast aside, Her "second class" vacation becomes a valuable growing experience. This book hits on many situations common with kids today: divorce, changing family dynamics and loss of family closeness. Lucy takes all these factors and change herself to make a difference in her live and the lives of others.