Listen to the Wind: The Story of Dr. Greg and Three Cups of Tea

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Dial Books for Young Readers, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Greg Mortenson stumbled, lost and delirious, into a remote Himalayan village after a failed climb up K2. The villagers saved his life, and he vowed to return and build them a school. The remarkable story of his promise kept is now perfect for reading aloud. Told in the voice of Korphe’s children, this story illuminates the humanity and culture of a relevant and distant part of the world in gorgeous collage, while sharing a riveting example of how one person can change thousands of lives.

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Wonderful Book

User Review  - ahacandles - Overstock.com

This is a wonderful book for children and for parents to use as a teaching tool along withe Greg's other 2 books. He has done amazing things and his books show what any person can do if you set a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katherine Codino - Goodreads

I loved the book "Three Cups of Tea" I thought it was inspiring, and showed humanity for other people. However, I recently heard that the story was fake, and many people in the story made up. That ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Greg Mortenson is the co-founder of nonprofit Central Asia Institute, Pennies For Peace, and co-author of New York TimesbestsellerThree Cups of Teawhich was TimeMagazine Asia Book of the Year. Mortenson has established over 61 schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan, which provide education to over 25,000 children. He survived an eightday armed kidnapping, escaped a fi refi ght with feuding Afghan warlords, has overcome two fatwehs, endured CIA investigations, and also received hate mail and death threats from fellow Americans for helping Muslim children with education. While not overseas half the year, Mortenson lives in Bozeman, Montana, with his wife, Dr. Tara Bishop, a clinical psychologist, and two children.

Susan L. Roth lives in Whitestone, New York.

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