The young Leonardo and his friend Angelina have to solve who stole the master’s marble horse. Angelina’s younger brother is being falsely accused. If he’s convicted, he’ll face the penalty for stealing, the removal of his left hand. Leonardo and Angelina do some investigative work and discover a band of gypsies are responsible. They have to travel to the outskirts of Tuscany and deep into the woods to find the master’s marble horse. Many obstacles stand in their way, but among the most treacherous, might be the head of the gypsies, a man by the name of Diavolo. He stole the master’s marble horse to give to his new wife on their wedding day, and he’s not about to just hand it over. The Teenage Leonardo Da Vinci is a must read for all ages. It’s a great Dickens-like tale filled with adventure, humor and the thoughts of one of the greatest geniuses of all time.
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