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"Iris and the Tiger' by Leanne Hall.  Illustration by Sandra Eterovic.  Designer Imogen Stubbs.  Text Publishing.

"Iris and the Tiger' by Leanne Hall. Illustration by Sandra Eterovic. Designer Imogen Stubbs. Text Publishing.

"The highest goal that man can achieve is amazement." Meloy quoting Goethe. Driving along the coast means so much more.

"The highest goal that man can achieve is amazement." Meloy quoting Goethe. Driving along the coast means so much more.

Elegant flâneuses take to the streets of Paris.

Flâneuse by Lauren Elkin review – wandering women

For fans of My Life & Other Stuff I Made Up, more Tom Weekly stories—still truly hilarious, and truly gross  What if you've read My Life and Other Stuff I Made Up and you need more? What if you want to read about Tom's dog, Bando, smashinga precious vase into a million pieces, or about Nan's doomed bid to climb Mt. Everest? What if you need to help Tom save his pet rat,...more

For fans of My Life & Other Stuff I Made Up, more Tom Weekly stories—still truly hilarious, and truly gross What if you've read My Life and Other Stuff I Made Up and you need more? What if you want to read about Tom's dog, Bando, smashinga precious vase into a million pieces, or about Nan's doomed bid to climb Mt. Everest? What if you need to help Tom save his pet rat,...more

OMG I LOVED OLIVIA AS A KID AND I REMEMBER THIS ONE!!!

OMG I LOVED OLIVIA AS A KID AND I REMEMBER THIS ONE!!!

In the middle of fifth grade, the girl who would grow up to be my Grandma Estelle, was forced to leave school forever so she could help on the family farm. It broke her heart, but not her spirit. No one knew it at the time, but she would sneak out each night after everyone was asleep, and write in a journal she kept hidden under the steps.

In the middle of fifth grade, the girl who would grow up to be my Grandma Estelle, was forced to leave school forever so she could help on the family farm. It broke her heart, but not her spirit. No one knew it at the time, but she would sneak out each night after everyone was asleep, and write in a journal she kept hidden under the steps.

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