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Whistle Window

Whistle Window Meet Whistle Window Why do they call him Whistle you ask Well up until the great rain storm of just last week he was simply known as Melvin a helpful little window in a small house on Willow Lane B

  • Title: Whistle Window
  • Author: Brian Drinkwater
  • ISBN: 9780692350300
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Whistle Window Why do they call him Whistle you ask Well, up until the great rain storm of just last week, he was simply known as Melvin, a helpful little window in a small house on Willow Lane But, thanks to a bit of windd an unexpected game of catch, Melvin s musical gifts were born, forever making him Whistle Window Join Whistle and his family in discovMeet Whistle Window Why do they call him Whistle you ask Well, up until the great rain storm of just last week, he was simply known as Melvin, a helpful little window in a small house on Willow Lane But, thanks to a bit of windd an unexpected game of catch, Melvin s musical gifts were born, forever making him Whistle Window Join Whistle and his family in discovering how being different can sometimes be life s greatest gift.

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    About "Brian Drinkwater"

    1. Brian Drinkwater

      Brian Drinkwater is an American horror suspense writer with a knack for mind bending stories of a darker nature His first book, Book of The Grave , was released in 2013 with his follow up, FOOK, being released one year later.Born in Southern California, but raised on Massachusetts South Shore, Brian has been writing since he was a small child, often testing the boundaries of his school assignments by writing fictitious stories in place of daunting reports He even invented an English poet his senior year of high school in order to bypass the school s rule of no self written yearbook quotes Readers now know this poet as William Grave.Though never a big reader, as odd as that may sound, Brian did grow up a fan of Dean Koontz, so it s no surprise that his writing style mimics that of the renowned author, with multiple story lines cohesively coming together by story s end And with a knack for creating vivid characters with dynamic personalities, as a reader you ll find yourself rooting for, and sometimes against, the people who make up his imaginary world But don t get too attached, because standard rules don t always apply, and not everyone makes it out alive.Brian lives in Southwest Florida with his wife and son.

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