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April 15, 2024



Thanks for your post today, it lead me on a little book trail to 1937 Club and Stuck in a Book, Wafer Thin Books and Neglected Books. My Tsundoku may not recover ūüėā.

Susan D

Gosh. A story I've never ever heard of. I thought I was thoroughly well versed in English language kid-lit from, say, 1910 onwards.

And it sounds bizarre. I'll bet I'd have loved it at 10, but perhaps not so much now.


I just finished my review! You and I have similar taste.

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