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November 06, 2007

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Loribird

Ooo, thank you for the great book review! I'll have to get that one for my girls.

Rachel

Oooh, how cool! I can't wait to get that book for my kids! Thanks for sharing!

kelli ann

thanks for another great book tip:: this illo is lovely.

Sidney

Miss your posts! Has the holiday season got your antennas in a twist? Wishing you warmth and serenity.

D

Totally agree re Sarah and Simon and No Red Paint - a neglected classic. For children, it's a gentle introduction to some elements of Victorian melodrama - the struggling family, the irreconciled father and son, the cliffhanger-ish ending. Beautifully illustrated, it deals sensitively with children's growing realisation of their place in a world that judges harshly. Do read this.

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