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Whistle Down The Wind (Children's Classics and Modern Classics) By Mary Hayley Bell

Whistle Down The Wind (Children's Classics and Modern Classics)
by Mary Hayley Bell

First published in 1958, and made into a film in 1961, this is the story of Brat and her brother and sister. When they discover a man in their barn they believe he is Jesus, refusing to connect him with the report of an escaped convict. As the police close in, a circle of children protect him.

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Brat, her older sister, and little brother discover a strange man in their barn. When they ask him his name he replies "Jesus", and they're convinced that's who he really is. Trusting him implicitly, they refuse to connect the report of an escaped covict with their Jesus. And when the police close in on him, the children together with other children from all over the area, join in an amazing show of solidarity, and form a protective ring around the oast house - his final hiding place - but then it suddenly goes up in flames. Afterwards they expect to find the man's charred body. Instead he has disappeared, leaving them a message, scrawled on a wall. It is the sign of the cross...

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Whistle Down The Wind (Children's Classics and Modern Classics)
Mary Hayley Bell
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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