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Tell Your Heart to Sing Again - cover

Tell Your Heart to Sing Again

Carmen S.F. Wong

Publisher: Story Bread

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It is a story about a singing bird who found her destiny with a brave heart. In the desert where Karmel lived, all hoopoes were natural-born singers. They could sing from the moment of birth. But Karmel was an exception. She needed to conquer her fear before restoration of her beautiful singing voice.

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