Hands Up: Who’s Read The Neverending Story?

Like many of us, Margaret Fortune grew up loving the 1980s film version of The Neverending Story. But after reading the original Michael Ende novel as an adult, she discovered a new, far more complex world beyond the one portrayed in the movie. It isn’t simply an imaginative tale; it’s a tale about the nature of imagination itself, and what it means for us as humans to dream, to hope, and especially to wish.

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