4 journalers for this copy...
This story is written from a child's perspective, but the theme is not "childlike". I decided against wild releasing this one--I'll look for a wish on Cliff's site.
Happy New Year and Happy Bookcrossing!
I saw Meg Tilly interviewed recently, and she spoke about this book. It's amazing to me the difficulties people can survive and then rise above to make more of themselves. It sounds like a touching and emotional book, and I'm looking forward to reading it in the new year.
Update Nov. 2009: So sorry this has languished on MtTBR for so long. I finally finished reading it, and it truly was a very touching book. Thanks again for sharing this one with me!
I see it on a wishlist, and will be sending it out in a special HGG package shortly.
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
Sending out in a special HGG package...Enjoy!!
*2009 RABCK Release Challenge*/E-less Challenge
To the finder of this book:
What you have in your hands is an honest-to-goodness gift, no strings attached. You may keep it forever and ever, pass it on to a friend, or release it back "into the wild" for someone else to find. I know it may seem a little odd to find this lying around--it's my way of touching the lives of others in a positive way, with the hope that it made your day. :)
If you are new to BookCrossing, and find this book and this site, welcome! Enjoy the site, the book, and hopefully the BookCrossing community. I hope you'll join BookCrossing (doesn't cost anything to join!) and if you do, please consider using any previous reader of this book ... or me, dg7500 ... as the member who referred you. Or you may remain anonymous!
If you are an old hand at BookCrossing, thanks for picking up the book! Either way, I hope you'll make a brief journal entry so all the previous and future readers can track this book's journey. Thanks, and Happy Crossing! :)
"Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands, every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens ..."
Carlos Ruiz Zafon (The Shadow of the Wind)
I had a horrible day and came home feeling like there were such cruel people in the world and there was your nice package in the mail. It did make me smile and feel a little better!
CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:
releasing into JennyC1230's ABC bookbox
I have never heard of this book, but it looks like a good one. I'm going to read it and get it moving again. Thanks for sharing!
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left in the Little Free Library #5161 in Acworth, Georgia. Enjoy the book!