View From Mary's Farm, The
3 journalers for this copy...
Rescued from the freebie table at the Central Union Church thrift shop after I was told anything thing left on that table at closing time would get pitched.
At the moment, this seems to be the only copy of this book registered.
Counting this as my 2016 New Hampshire read for NancyNova's 2015-2016 50 States reading challenge.
2016 states read (15/51): AL ▫ CA ▫ CO ▫ GA ▫ ID ▫ IA ▫ LA ▫ MA ▫ MO ▫ MT ▫ NH ▫ NM ▫ NY ▫ VT ▫ WY
Notes for 1st quarter re-do:
Week 2: Trade paperback
Week 6: Flowers on cover
Week 8: No people or creatures on cover
Week 11: Green on cover
My oldest aunt passed away on 3/26/16 at the age of 85. Dad says when he was a kid, she would burn the rice because she was reading a book instead of paying attention to her cooking, so my releases for the rest of this month will be in her honor as well. RIP Aunty Doris.
Since Pakistan's flag is green and white, this book with a predominantly green cover is released for the victims of the recent bombing in Pakistan. I hope their families can eventually find peace.
I'm so glad you've found this book!
Won't you please make a journal entry to let the book's previous readers know that it's safely in your hands? How did you find it? What did you think of it? What are you going to do with it next?
It's now your book, for you to do with as you please: keep it, pass it to a friend, or maybe even leave it where someone else can find it!
If you've ever wondered where your books go after they leave your hands, join BookCrossing and you may find out: you'll be able to follow the further adventures of your books as new readers make journal entries - sometimes from surprisingly far-flung locations.
(Think of it like Where's George for books...or a little like geocaching - you can follow the book's journey every time someone makes a new entry. Some BookCrossers even leave books *in* geocaches!)
BookCrossing: making the whole world a library!
This one will move along as a rabck
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I believe that Clark has written at least two other books, and I would be interested in reading more from her. Reading this also made me want to visit the part of New Hampshire in which the book is set (in any season but winter, that is!). Enjoyable read!
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