Where Does the Wind Blow? by Cindy Rink
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Feel the wind blowing gently across your face. Watch it ripple the grasses, sway the branches, and push the clouds across the sky. Where does it come from? Where does it go? This endearing story was written by the author when her young son lived half way around the world. It is a loving reminder that some experiences still link them, regardless of distance. The wind is one of these, connecting all of us on this planet we call home.

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Cindy Rink wrote this book as a message to her son, Michael Allan. As a child he spent a lot of time with his father in New Zealand, while she remained in the U.S. She wanted to capture a sense of connection between them, even from so far away. The wind is a unifying force that everyone feels, around the world; thinking of it like that brought them closer together. Michael's grown now, but the message of love remains as relevant as always. The dog illustrated is Dixie, one of Cindy's several animal companions.
Published August 1, 2002 by Dawn Publications (CA). 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Rink's debut, a meditation on the wind, explores the ways in which wind touches people and places around the world and connects them ("And when the grass stops waving and the wind moves along,/ Just think—you and I are now part of its song").

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