Most of us are librarians, or are married to librarians, or are good friends with librarians…this speaks volumes, no?
“One day it will be my turn.”
“The fox ached with hunger and watched the phantom army gather at twilight…”
Imagine a boy riding a bicycle. Steel handlebars wide apart, arms open wide.
“Not only was the name of my hero taken from the writer, one of the key incidents of the writer’s life – his father’s imprisonment for debt – lies at the heart of this story.” Avi At the risk of self-plagiarism (August 2016 post @ St. Alban’s Librarian review pages), I must share with you, dear friends,…
“Changing isn’t a simple matter. It takes determination. You have to alter the movements your body is used to. You have to block your thoughts and speak in a language that isn’t yours.”
“The head of our Village told us something once. He said misfortune shakes you awake, and it’s only when you’re awake that life becomes quite real, because then you’ve learned what it’s worth” (198.)