The Music of the Sea


By Susanna Isern

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Gold Medal Winner at the 2017 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. A story about the power of hope, and the universal language of music. Daniel and his daughter stay behind when the storm batters their little coastal village and find a surprising turn of events.

Limanda was a tiny fishing village. Life was quiet there, and its inhabitants, mainly fishermen, lived happily gathering what the land and sea provided. When a terrible storm destroys the crops and drives the fish away, everyone was devastated and decided to leave their home to find a prosperous future elsewhere. Limanda was empty, but not entirely. Daniel, a fisherman who felt a deep love for his land, decided to stay, together with his daughter Marina, despite knowing that life in Limanda would be very hard and lonely.

Determined to do his best to change his fate, one night Daniel sneaked out of the house to surprise Marina. Wait, had you lost hope? The incredible music of the sea always sounds to change the course of life of those who are willing to listen to it.

The Music of the Sea