It kept us questioning. It took us an hour to discuss one page. It evoked different emotions in all of us at different points. It proved us wrong. It taught us to try books that we wouldn’t have chosen. We’ve started a new book but we’re still thinking about A Story Like the Wind three weeks later.
Why did you write this book?What was your inspiration and reasoning?
If there hadn’t been endpapers at the front and back, what would you have wanted us to imagine?
Why a horse?
We are the Year 6 class at St. Andrew’s C of E Primary School in Halstead.