Jim Harrison turns his hand to a child's tale, recounting a childhood tragedy that ends in redemption. Harrison tells a personal story of little Jimmy, a boy who injures his eye and must learn life's meanings through adversity. It is this painful experience that leads to little Jimmy's discovery of nature and ultimately to his ability to overcome intense suffering. Beautifully told with Harrison's quintessential style of writing about the natural world, and combined with the unique illustrations of Tom Pohrt, The Boy Who Ran to the Woods promises to delight children of all ages and will find a place of honor in the hearts of Harrison's fans.Vom Verlag:
Harrison tells the story of a little boy who injures his eye and must learn life's meaning through adversity. This injury leads to his discovery of nature, and his ability to overcome intense suffering. Color illustrations.
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