My Reading – July 2020

To Calais in Ordinary Time by James Meek
‘Cut me that rose,’ demanded Berna of the gardeners.

The Poppy Wife by Caroline Scott
Edie doesn’t hear the postman.

Fair as a Star by Mimi Matthews
Beryl Burnham stared out the window of the carriage as it rolled down the narrow country road that ran through the center of Shepton Worthy.

Antonius: Second in Command by Brook Allen
Marcus Antonius was going to be a father.

Comet in Moominland by Tove Jansson
The Moomin family had been living for some weeks in the valley where they had found their house after the dreadful flood (which is another story).

Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson
One grey morning the first snow began to fall in the Valley of the Moomins.

The Exploits of Moominpappa: as described by himself by Tove Jansson
I, Moominpappa, am sitting tonight by my window gazing into my garden, where the fireflies embroider their mysterious signs on the velvet dark.

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