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.
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 6 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 8 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.
I'm a very practical person, so the story line is not the sort of material I usually read. I did enjoy the comparison of lines of thought among the pastor, the school teacher, the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kate Fitch
Very good book, enjoyed it very much, recomend it to anyone a good read check it out okay, awesome wish I would of read it sooner. yepPublished 22 months ago by Riley
I read The Gift of Acabar as a young mother and it captured my heart. I feel that books we read come and go in our lives and we forget most of them but not this little book - it... Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by Sarah Forbes
I love Og Mandino, he is my favorite Christian based success author. His story telling is wonderful and I like the we he writes in biblical events as a part of the story line.Published on December 27, 2012 by Beverly Combs
It's a beautifull story. The real core of the gift of Acabar deserves to be printed and hung up in a frame, in any place, as a reminder to anyone that is looking to be a better... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by SANDRA CID