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Helen Ward’s The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

You’ve undoubtedly heard this story, or at the very least heard of it, probably under some variation of “The Country Mouse and the City Mouse,” or the reverse. It’s a well-loved children’s story that has received innumerable treatments throughout the … Continue reading

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Stephen J. Brooks’ Alexander Asenby’s Great Adventure; Creatures of the Night

Stephen J. Brooks, a former federal agent, is a writer of children’s books, and two of his newest happened to cross my desk. I think it’s probably an open secret at this point that I enjoy children’s literature, with a … Continue reading

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Charles de Lint’s The Cats of Tanglewood Forest

I’ve long followed Charles de Lint’s writing, starting with, if I remember correctly, Moonheart way back when, and I’ve been as close as I ever come to being a fan for years. (I even got my hands on some early … Continue reading

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