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In the Secret Garden

In the Secret Garden by Gustave Doyen (1837-?)

Wouldn’t it be nice to provide each of my children with a secret garden? They could retreat there, keep it a secret from whomever they pleased, or share the secret with whomever. 220 more words


Stationary Book Tag



Today, I was surprised to be tagged and so  I am busy completing the Stationary Book Tag! Thank you, Jasmine, at How Useful It Is… 300 more words

Michelle Escamilla

Ex Libris Online: Children's Classics

Review: Norton Annotated Editions

With Labor Day now practically a distant memory and September already drawing to a close, the lazy days of summer are long gone. 1,205 more words

Book Reviews

Monday Motivation 

A Monday Motivation reminder for your week, ladies. You are a princess and should act as such. 👑


Secret Treasures

By Acabashi (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

“And the secret garden bloomed and bloomed and every morning revealed new miracles.”

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The Secret Garden

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On Books: Visions and Revisions (Part II)

by Alison Parker

Aristotle was obsessed with aha! moments. Metaphor, he tells us in his Rhetoric, is superior to simile because simile goes on too long and detracts from the drama. 2,004 more words

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