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Keren Dibbens-Wyatt has produced a beautiful set of meditations rooted in the many aspects of the English garden. With excellent full-color illustrations, she offers wide-ranging meditations on God and the human condition in an imaginative, vibrant, even at times whimsical way.
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What’s the best way to honor two beloved British icons with 90th birthdays this year?
Feature them both in a beary good story, of course. 1,252 more words
Scott Tyrrell has created a series of portraits that show how famous writers would look like if they were owls. Owls a symbol of wisdom and intelligence. 53 more words
“Some people standby you in your darkest hour while others walk away; only a select few march towards you and become even closer friends.”
― Jeffrey Archer, Only Time Will Tell… 646 more words
Please join me in welcoming the wonderfully prolific British author Tracey Mathias to the Reading Room today. With a middle grade fantasy adventure trilogy under her belt published in German and now in English, she’s also started a new YA project. 897 more words