Of Foibles and Fortitude: The Cello of Mr. O

Friday, November 3, 2006.

The Cello of Mr. OAuthor: Jane Cutler
Illustrator: Greg Couch
Published: 2004 Penguin USA
ISBN: 0142401749

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This straightforward story of hardship and hope reminds us that war may not deter human weakness but neither can it deter human strength.

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Comment by Paul Levinson

November 5, 2006 @ 7:32 pm

Hi – Just a note to write what I said in my voicemail: You have a really beautiful podcast here. It does my heart good to hear the way you further literacy and humanity in your consideration of children’s books.

All best wishes,
Paul
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Comment by Just One More Book!!

November 5, 2006 @ 8:33 pm

Paul,

Thanks! And thank you also for the thoughtful voice mail comment (our FIRST and just in time for our episode #50!)

Andrea

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March 20, 2009 @ 8:27 am

what an incredible site!! really enjoy listening, and reading, and the comments, and WOW!! it’s just great fun!
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