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It rains enough

I ask Ma how, after all this time, Daddy still believes in rain. “Well, it rains enough,” Ma says, “now and again, to keep a person hoping. But even if it didn’t your daddy would have to believe. It’s coming on spring, and he’s a farmer.” March 1934 [amazon_link id=”0590371258″ target=”_blank” ]Out of the Dust[/amazon_link], […]

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Boxes

While in the library last week researching polar bears and leopards for yet another school project, I realized the serendipitous benefits of browsing a library. K had previously taken a book out by a Newberry Medal winning author. I decided to find the book that the author had won the award for. Having found it, […]

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