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What Sami Sings With The Birds

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"What Sami Sings With The Birds" by Johanna Spyri is a heartwarming tale that follows the adventures of young Sami as he navigates the Swiss mountains with his feathered friends. The author paints a vivid picture of the natural beauty that surrounds Sami, and her descriptive language brings the setting to life. The bond between Sami and the birds is beautifully portrayed, showcasing the importance of friendship and connection with nature. Spyri's writing is lyrical and evocative, making it easy for readers to get lost in Sami's world. Overall, "What Sami Sings With The Birds" is a delightful read that will appeal to both children and adults alike.

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Old Mary Ann has done her best to bring up her son on her own. Like other relatives, her son has a longing to travel off over the mountains. Mary Ann goes with him. Later on her son marries, but loses his wife after she gives birth to their son. Mary Ann assumes responsibility of her grandson, while her son moves away in the agony of his grief. This is the story of what happens to her grandson and where his Grandmother, the songs of the birds, and his faith leads him.

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