The Wind Rises: Book 1 of The Alma Series

byTimothee FrombelleTranslated byHolly James IllustratorFrancois Place

August 19, 2022|
The Wind Rises: Book 1 of The Alma Series by Timothee Frombelle
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FROM THE BESTSELLING WINNER OF THE PRIX SORCIÈRES 1786. Isolated from the rest of the world, Alma lives with her family in an African valley. She spends her days exploring their blissful homeland. But everything changes when her little brother finds a secret way out of the valley. Alma sets out to find him but soon has to face terrible dangers in a continent ravaged by the violence and horrors of the slave trade. The journey to bring her brother home quickly becomes a thrilling adventure to save herself, her family, and the memory of her people. Meanwhile, in Lisbon, Joseph Mars, a petty thief who dreams of finding treasure, manages to get himself on board a slave ship, The Sweet Amelie . Its captain, Lazarus Gardel, is also hunting for a pirate's treasure. The destinies of Alma and Joseph become intertwined both on land and at sea in this thrilling adventure. From Africa to Europe and the Caribbean, this first installment in a trilogy tells a story of hope, perseverance, and love that young readers will not soon forget.
Timothee de Fombelleis a Paris-based playwright, and author of award-winning fiction. His first series, Toby Alone and Toby Alone and the Secrets of the Tree has been published in twenty-seven languages and won numerous awards, including France's prestigious Prix Sorcières and the Marsh Award. Holly James is a translator, writer...
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Title:The Wind Rises: Book 1 of The Alma Series
Format:Hardcover
Product dimensions:410 pages, 9 X 6 X 1 in
Shipping dimensions:410 pages, 9 X 6 X 1 in
Published:August 19, 2022
Publisher:Europa Editions
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:9 - 12
ISBN - 13:9781609457877

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