Heartsinger by Karlijn Stoffels

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A deeply romantic and hopeful fairy tale about the power of love and of music.

Mee was born with a great gift: the ability to sing other people's stories and heal their pain. But Mee also carries his own pain -- his failure to reach his deaf mother and heal her grief at his father's death. As he travels the country, he eases many people's sorrows, but he cannot connect with anyone himself.
Mitou also has a gift: spreading joy through a few notes from her accordion. When she hears about Mee--who was born on the same day she was--she knows that surely they belong together, each of them helping others through their music.

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Published January 1, 2009 by Arthur A. Levine Books. 144 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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Although born to deaf-mute parents, Mee develops a unique talent for singing.

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