This title is no longer available from the publisher. The Wish Wind is a children's picture book by Saskatchewan storyteller Peter Eyvindson. This story is a magical experience about a boy who learns a lesson about patience and enjoying life day by day. The Wish Wind enjoys playing with a young Native boy. But the boy is dissatisfied with winter and wishes for spring. The wish is granted. Spring is fun but the boy wishes for the warmth of the summer sun so he can swim in the lake. The wish is granted. The advice given by the Wish Wind goes unheeded and the boy wishes that he was older so he wouldn't have to listen to the advice of others. The wish is granted. The old man, who is really the boy, realizes what has happened and wishes for one last wish - to have patience to enjoy the time that is now. The wish is granted. The story is illustrated with black and white drawings that enhance the storytelling. Young children will enjoy the repetition and the magic that making a wish can bring.