An earnest ball of yarn named Purl gets a job at a fast-paced, high energy, male-centric start-up. Things start to unravel as she tries to fit in with this close-knit group. Purl must ask ... See full summary »
Bret 'Brook' Parker,
A father discovers that his son floats, which makes him different from other kids. To keep them both safe from the judgment of the world, Dad hides, covers, and grounds him. But when his son's ability becomes public, Dad must decide whether to run and hide or to accept his son as he is.
Set in a world of magical realism, WIND sees a grandmother and her grandson trapped deep down an endless chasm, scavenging debris that surrounds them to realize their dream of escaping to a better life.
This had me in tears.
A representation of a sad reality for too many animals, a heartwarming friendship, how hard it often is to trust another, and a reminder that there's no such thing as a bad dog.
There are no aggressive dog breeds, but plenty of bad, aggressive humans.
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