All Tulo had wanted was some light and warmth to sustain him and his tiny sister through the terrible storm. But the star which he caught in the folds of his red kite promised far from more than that. Here is the shining, joyful message meant not only for the boy but for all those who dream of changing their lives for the better.
As with all of Og Mandino's books, this book is excellent. A beautiful story, masterfully woven by a master story teller.Published 1 month ago by Tony Goulet
Looks like a great book. The children will love it thanks.Published 3 months ago by johnnychuck2012
A parable story of a young person who catches a star that gifts him words of wisdom encompassed in The Credenda. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eileen E.
I truly enjoyed this book, so I passed it on the a great friendPublished 3 months ago by Valerie Weekley
A beautifully written story that is for all seasons and all the ages. Og Mandino weaves a story of a young boy who is now the sole caretaker of his young sister. Read morePublished 10 months ago by P. Garrison
Another inspiring book that must read. Book that must be share to friends, office mates and relatives. two thumb ups to a great author!!!Published 12 months ago by JOCELYN MAGCALE
Og mandino , see web page, see book store list , good read, thought provoking
bless spirit, mind, and help you understand others
I understand why so many people like this book.
As with all Og books the principals are so simple that we wonder why we mised them.