Monthly Archives: September 2010

“The Crowfield Curse” is a great read

Just picked up Pat Walsh’s “The Crowfield Curse” and I recommend it strongly to anyone looking for a great story. It is an excellent book for independent readers and adults. It is set in 14th century medieval England in and … Continue reading

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Review of Laura Shovan’s “Mountain, Log, Salt, and Stone”

It has been a pleasure reading Laura Shovan’s collection of poems titled “Mountain, Log, Salt, and Stone”. One of the many strengths in Shovan’s work is her powerful imagery. In her poem “In Early Spring” she captures what might be … Continue reading

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