My friend, Elizabeth, who blogs at Breaking the Cycle is facilitating a series of interviews about favorite children’s books. She interviewed me last week, and I was impressed by the thoughtfulness of her questions. As usual, they provoked memories beyond what we discussed in our interview, all of which have been scribbled in my “future posts” notebook.
I have enjoyed Elizabeth’s own answers to her questions as well as those of other bloggers she has interviewed. Please take a moment to explore her series.
Thank you, Elizabeth, for including me!
Continuing on in the favorite children’s book series, guest blogger Sammy D. graciously agreed to share her love of children’s books. I met Sammy through the A to Z Challenge in April, and we hit it off right away.
I asked Sammy to tell us a bit about herself, and then answer topic questions.
Take it away Sammy. Hands Sammy the mic.
Born and raised in Michigan, I have called Colorado home for 35 years. My husband and I share many interests including our grandchildren, golf, biking and travel. We have enjoyed biking tours in Vermont, the Loire Valley in France, and along the border of Austria, Italy and Slovenia. I have been a passionate reader for 63 years, enjoying many genres, authors and writing styles.
1. Do you have a favorite book from childhood?
Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter. Pollyanna’s plucky spirit and her ability to find something positive no matter how…
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