"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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On the subject of funny kids books about boys, another favorite besides Gordon Korman is The Great Brain series by John D. Fitzgerald. Based loosely on Fitzgerald’s childhood, the books are set in a small town in Utah in the … Continue reading
One of the “Once Upon a Time Challenge” Quests involves watching fantasy or fairy tale-based movies. So today we’re going to take a side-trip into Cinema-land. I decided to revisit a favorite fairy tale, and watched Disney’s Beauty and the … Continue reading
There’s something fascinating about the far side of walls. Mandy by Julie Edwards (who’s also the actress Julie Andrews) is about what one girl finds on the other side of a wall. Mandy is a ten-year-old orphan, who one day … Continue reading
I wanted to like The Children of Green Knowe by L. M. Boston. It’s usually not a good sign when a review begins that way, is it? You see, I saw it reviewed on a blog I follow, and it … Continue reading