The Truth About Wind

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Annick Press, 2020.
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Hazel Hutchins., Hazel Hutchins|AUTHOR., Gail Herbert|AUTHOR., & Dušan Petričić|ILLUSTRATOR. (2020). The Truth About Wind. Annick Press.

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Hazel Hutchins et al.. 2020. The Truth About Wind. Annick Press.

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Hazel Hutchins et al., The Truth About Wind. Annick Press, 2020.

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Hazel Hutchins, Hazel Hutchins|AUTHOR, Gail Herbert|AUTHOR, and Dušan Petričić|ILLUSTRATOR. The Truth About Wind. Annick Press, 2020. Web.

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    [synopsis] => A vividly imagined story about the importance of telling the truth, even if it means losing something you love.

	When Jesse finds a toy horse and makes it his very own, his imagination runs wild. This horse is the fastest horse in the whole world, so Jesse names him Wind. He can't wait to race him across the prairie (the kitchen table) and over deep canyons (the bathtub). There's just one problem: Wind doesn't actually belong to Jesse. He was left behind accidentally by his real owners. And though at first Jesse is full of joy as he plays with Wind, soon he starts to feel uneasy-Jesse knows Wind's real owners must miss him.

	But how can Jesse explain to his mother exactly where Wind came from? And is there a way to make everything okay again? The Truth About Wind is a dynamic story about the courage it takes to face up to a lie, brought to life by a trio of celebrated creators.
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