The Man Who Would Play the North Wind

Author: B. M. Bower
Pages: 20
Language: English
Publication date: 02.03.2012
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How Olafson. the violinist; sought out the song the North Wind sang.
How Olafson. the violinist. sought help from the Happy Family In his quest of the song the North Wind sang.

Listen! The north wind is singing—the north wind and the wolf and the wide unpeopled prairie. Andy and Pink had heard the song a thousand times, but they had never thought there was much music in it—till Olafson joined the Happy Family, Olafson and his violin
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Between 1906 and 1940, Bertha M. (B.M.) Bower wrote 68 novels set in the American West. Born Bertha Muzzy in Minnesota in 1871, Bower moved to Montana with her family when she was 17. She taught school in the Great Falls, area and, at the age of 19 married her first husband, Clayton J. Bower. She began writing short stories around 1900, but did not enjoy real success until her novel Chip of the Flying U was published in 1906. From that point forward she wrote and published regularly until her death in 1940.

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