Tag Archives: Dover Publications

Tell Me a Mitzi by Lore Segal

Tell Me a Mitzi by Lore Segal has three stories within one about Mitzi and her younger brother and their daily tales. The tales are a little slices of life with whimsy, a touch of fantasy, and a lot of repetition. The … Continue reading

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The Poor Little Rich Girl by Eleanor Gates

The Poor Little Rich Girl by Eleanor Gates is a wonderful story.  The story has an older feel to it. I like Gwendolyn’s seven year old ponderings to the confusing adult phrases thrown her way. Sometimes I felt sorry about Gwendolyn because of her … Continue reading

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Sam and Emma

Sam and Emma by Donald Nelsen is a cute story with a simple yet direct message. The message simply is; we are different. We live different lives, live in different places, eat different foods, and look different.  While we are … Continue reading

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