Tink

By Bredsdorff, Bodil

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Farrar


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Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on May 1, 2011

"He had brought bad luck on them all. He didn't belong and had no right to stay." And so, like Eidi before him, Tink leaves the crowded yet loving collective at Crow Cove; however, he returns immediately after finding a drunkard, passed out by the road, who needs Tink's adopted family's help. Having accidentally let the sheep destroy the summer vegetable garden, Tink believes it's his fault that the family is barely making it...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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