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October 31, 2014

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marylou

That is one of a zillion loops I am out of - but interesting news. I was such a fan girl as a kid. I look forward to reading this.

Wendy

I never read the full series as a child; I was a voracious reader and somehow they were not known to me. My Mom however read them to my brother (two years younger) who loved them.

My two sons were not interested when I tried to read the books aloud to them when they were young. I commented on this to a friend who is a librarian and she suggested that I try "Farmer Boy" with the little boy protagonist but even that did not peak interest!

That all being said I will buckle down and try to read them, and this biography looks very interesting! Naturally one does love reading any nonfiction or historical novel involving fiber!

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