Stories of Roland (Illustrated)

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It’s hard enough to write from another character’s perspective, but even harder when you have to do it in a completely alien place and time (and possibly language.) Do what you can to prevent mistakes, but when (not if) they occur, learn from them and move on. But when the new family arrives, the son turns out to be a girl called Emma. The books always are about a young boy trying to survive the historically important, life-changing event.

Pages: 154

Publisher: Didactic Press (September 15, 2013)

ISBN: B00F7W6P6Y

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