Tag Archives: Sharon Creech

Lost at sea

Although I’ve been neither lost nor officially “at sea” since my last post, I’ve recently returned from a month away from city life, with 24/7 ocean views of sand, sea, sail, and sky. I watched the island-studded ocean, read, ate, … Continue reading

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The sea, the sea, the sea

Before continuing, set the soundtrack for your reading here (but only if you don’t mind reading with some music playing in the background). The Wanderer (2000), Sharon Creech “The sea, the sea, the sea.” When she first writes these words, Sophie, … Continue reading

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At sea with Sharon Creech

Another post from my other blog, another about Sharon Creech. She deserves two posts here, and (for a change), this one is about her books and not about my stumbling efforts. Quick post for today [October 2010], about Sharon Creech’s … Continue reading

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Walk Two Moons

Below is an excerpt from a 11/25/09 post. A bit of background: 2009 was the start of my own book project: to read 1K YA novels in however long it took. Reading Newbery and Caldicott Award winners was a sub-project. … Continue reading

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