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teresa m.i. schaefer
on the way to the library
on the way to the library, we will write, doodle, read, write some more, and read some more
It is never too early or too late to begin. So sharpen your pencils, pull out your lap top, and let's begin.
The Pan Man by Teresa Marie Ingram November '72
Eight years old and writing away. The Pan Man was my very first book. Not much of a hook at the beginning and not much of a conclusion, well, frankly--not much of a story: But tell that to an eight year old.
Next was The Love Affair. What do eight year olds know about love affairs? I couldn't tell you.
And then, The Mouse In The House--A Rumplestilskin version of bullying. "I will let you learn your lesson."
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The Love Affair
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