The Little Count of Normandy
This is literature at its very best! The writing is packed with skillfully written literary devices, sensory language, and descriptive language. The plot is intriguing and complex. The characters are compelling and well developed. And the book is inspiring and powerful. For those who have learned to appreciate good literature, this book will be an absolute treasure. I agree with the Lafayette Reader that wrote, “Evaleen Stein’s stories are music in prose—they are like pearls on a chain of gold—each word seems exactly the right word in the right place; the stories sing themselves out, they are so beautifully expressed.” This is the story of a lad of noble birth who is kidnapped. But little did the kidnappers expect what would result from the lad’s kindness and lovable nature.
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