Tag: Fairy Tales

Are You Truly Good?

Posted Aug 24 2017 in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Have you ever pondered what’s good or innocent and what’s bad or corrupt and how do you tell who’s what? That’s what this anthology is about.   Evidently, there is a subset of people called “BookTubers,” who are a subset of people who publish regular information or reviews on YouTube. Before reading this anthology, I’d […]

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Whimsically Sweet

Posted Apr 27 2017 in , , , , , ,

My last collection of books was a wonderful mix of amusing picture books and novels for older children. I told you about the YA anthology in my last post, so this time we’ve got two picture books and a middle-reader, all of them a bit on the whimsical side.   The first one has winsome […]

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No-one Is an Island

Posted Jul 7 2016 in , , , , , , ,

“No Man is an Island,” John Dunne’s poem is about humankind being better when working together, but what does that mean?  That we’re all social beings and need to interact? But how about the person suffering from severe autism.  Still, even an autistic person does need some kind of human interaction. And I expect we […]

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