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Haroun and the Sea of Stories

6 Ratings: 3.7
by Salman Rushdie
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review by . June 17, 2010
Literary maestro Salman Rushdie weaves an exuberant tale in his novel "Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Rushdie's simple and rhythmic language creates a parable devoured with relish by adults and children alike. The classic storytelling is filled with insight on growing up, freedom of speech, families, and the true meaning of happily ever after.      Haroun Khalifia lives in a "ruinously sad" city that has forgotten its name. He is the only child of a famed …
review by . July 07, 2010
Salman Rushdie is an amazing writer, period.  When I first heard that Rushdie had written a kids' book I was not sure how that could pan out.  But it did with all of Rushdie's strengths: tumbling, playful prose and innovative and penetrating story that was simply amazing in the way that it wrapped around itself.  This book provides plenty to talk about with young readers and introduce them to the joys of reading whether discussing word play, other worlds, metaphors, free speech, …
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