When I Went to the Library

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When I Went to the Library

When I Went to the Library Stories by Jean Little Sarah Ellis Budge Wilson and Celia Barker Lottridge round out this diverse collection which reminds everyone especially children that the influence of libraries and books is

  • Title: When I Went to the Library
  • Author: Debora Pearson Debora Pearson
  • ISBN: 9780888995131
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stories by Jean Little, Sarah Ellis, Budge Wilson and Celia Barker Lottridge round out this diverse collection, which reminds everyone especially children that the influence of libraries and books is alive and, like this memorable collection of stories, it is worth celebrating.

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    1. Carrie on said:

      What a wonderful collection of short stores. All focusing on libraries or the love of reading, the written word and books. I found some to be touching and inspiring, others funny and joyous; While others saddened me. I decided to leave the introduction for last and I am glad I did so. I connected so much with the words spoken and I read them with pride.Michele Landsberg, took the thoughts and feeling that I have for the library and wrote one the best introductions I have had the pleasure of read [...]

    2. Michelle on said:

      This collection of short stories for young readers has a couple of gems in it, most notably the first, which is a very funny letter of apology to a librarian without a trace of true contrition. The other is a rather tragic story of a Chinese mail order bride. The rest left me a little flat but the book is true to its theme, which I appreciate.

    3. Victoria on said:

      This is an entertaining collection of short stories about libraries, books, and reading. They range from hilarious (Dear Mr. Winston), to sad and reflective (Carlotta's Search). I'm so glad it was recommended to me!

    4. Angela on said:

      The best story was the first one, "Dear Mr. Winston," by Ken Roberts, that takes the form of an apology letter written to the librarian after a child brings a snake into the library.

    5. Christina M. on said:

      Surprisingly odd collection of stories. They didn't seem to hang together at all. Too bad--this anthology had so much potential.

    6. Daniela G. on said:

      dear mr.winston is about a girl is writting a letter to apologize about the snake. the problem is about the snake escape from the boxe men of the library when he saw the snake he fainted.

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