Anchor Multitudes A jaw clenching work week is unsettling. Our writer wants to restore her balance and finds it with the help of a children’s book about two tsunami survivors, a baby hippo and turtle. A well-written piece that captures a place, time and mood.
I drifted in – it felt like coming home, to be honest, after all the time I used to spend there, browsing, sitting in the bar with my husband, waiting in line for Sunday brunch – and found my way back to the children’s book section, and that’s where I discovered it: Owen and Mzee.
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