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Season Dreams


Book Description
"Season Dreams" is a collection of myths. Looking at the four seasons, in which new legends about the old times send the reader on a walk through forgone days, enabling the reader to imagine the thoughts and lives of those that lived in those times. These four folklore tales send a person's spirit soaring into a realm that is magical, while blending with Mother Nature herself. Spring is a fresh lo... More
Book Information
PublisherCold Tree Press
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages116
ISBN-101583850880
ISBN-13978-1583850886
Publication Date07/12/2006
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About Patricia Shannon (Author) : Patricia Shannon is a published author of young adult books. Published credits of Patricia Shannon include Season Dreams. Patricia's other credits is a published poem in the WREN magazine, Title: Ghos... more
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4/13/2010 Patricia Shannon/Johnson said:
Season dreams is a joy so fanciful and written with such a fine brush that, indeed, you don't need illustrations. My favorite image is of the great white buffalo, ridden by TsoOp and Miss Cinnamon Stick O'Neill, leading his herd with the recently rescued train following, all this on Christmas day. ... more

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