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"A Pewle woodskin can go most places," Nonnus said, meeting the younger man's glare with no particular expression of his own.
"A Pewle woodskin holds your hips so tightly that you can rotate over and up again without falling out," he said.
A boy in a woodskin who gets too far north at this time of year is likely to just keep on going, blown all the way to the Ice Capes.
He smiled wanly at her and said, "When I was a boy, so young that I hadn't even made my first woodskin, I stole my brother's.
A trained man can roll a woodskin over and upright again with two strokes of his paddle, but he can't keep whatever's loose in the belly of the boat with him from sinking to the bottom of the sea. "
Who kept drifting north until he froze into the pack ice, seven years old, and nothing on his conscience except that he stole a woodskin from his brother. "