A moral story warning children against repeating bad things that they hear about others.
A poem about noses out of joint.
“I am going to tell you about the little bird Elizabeth has.”
Introducing a 20th century children’s book author behind an upcoming project.
Wherein we learn that the secret to making the best quince jelly is in the attire.
On the “dainty weee blue flowers” that serve as “gentle messengers of spring”
A poem within a short story.
Reviewing a Pokémon novel/strategy guide from 1999.
“A gentleman, dears, in the coming years, / And at present a boy for me.”
“Fradie-cat! Fradie-cat!” (A children’s poem and short author biography.)
There is no surer sign of spring than an ant home invasion.
“People call him the Mayor of Brooklyn Heights” (I am confident that this is not the case. -NAF).
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