First published in 1983, this stunning adaptation of the Japanese legend of the Crane Wife by three-time Caldecott Honor-recipient Molly Bang is set in nineteenth-century New England. After a shipbuilder rescues an injured goose, a mysterious woman arrives offering to work as a sail maker. She weaves sails of unparalleled quality and the two soon fall in love. But when a rich man orders a set of special sails, their happiness is threatened by an astonishing secret.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 210.3 x 260.6 x 8.6mm | 331.13g
- 01 Jan 2003
- North-South Books (Nord-Sud Verlag AG)
- Seastar Books
- Zurich, Switzerland
- colour & b&w illus