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I'm enjoying THE LAST FAIRY by Augustine Campana. It's a beautifully-written adventure about fairies and how they were brought back from the brink of extinction. Pubbed in Nov. 2008. Augustine (Gus) lives in Orlando and enjoys speaking about writing.
Mimi's Blog: booksandwesties - Recent Posts
11/28/2008 (0 Comments )
Introducing Piper! Who was wildly welcomed into the Schroeder tribe after Max left us after 18 years. Did you ever feel like you could never love another dog (man, child, etc) as much as you loved the last one? Surprise...you can...and I do. Piper... Read the rest of this post
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1. Tim and Sally's Vegetable Garden (Library Binding)
    Author: Grady Thrasher
    Illustrator: Elaine Rabon
    Publisher: HIll Street Press
Ages 4-8 4/15/2008
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Mimi said: A charming introduction to the joys of planting a vegetable garden. Written in verse for ages 4-8 and illustrated in full color.
tags: I recommend
6 Reviews  
2. 50 Best Small Southern Towns, 2nd Edition (Paperback)
    Author: Gerald W. Sweitzer, Kathy M. Fields, Gerald Sweitzer and Kathy M. Fields
    Publisher: Peachtree Publishers
N/A 4/15/2008
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Mimi said: This essential guide for anyone considering a move to a small town in the Southeast includes data on culture, healthcare, recreation, education, housing, employment, media resources and more.
tags: I recommend
4 Reviews  
3. Markings on the Windowsill: A Book About Grief That's Really About Hope ...
    Author: Ronald J. Greer
    Publisher: Dimensions for Living
N/A 4/15/2008
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Mimi said: In this brief, moving book, the author draws on his experiences as both a bereaved father and a pastoral counselor to offer hope, help and healing to people who are grieving.
tags: I recommend
8 Reviews  
4. The Red Scarf (Hardcover)
    Author: Richard Mason
    Publisher: August House
Ages 9-12 4/15/2008
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Mimi said: A 12-year-old boy's adventures while trying to buy a gift for the prettiest girl in school. Very funny but you may tear up at the touching finale. Set in the rural South during the 1940s and inspired ...more
tags: I recommend
21 Reviews  
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