The poll closes in five days and it appears as though my multitude of five imaginary readers (thanks Dad, Volpone, Shylock, Rover, and Mrs. Pinchwife) want to know where I refuse to live. Then again, yesterday I received six of the cutest photographic gifties, so perhaps the pulse of the people will change.
In the meantime, a certain 7 YO is getting a jump start on the summer promises she made to her teacher. Of course I've obscured their identities so no one will ever know of whom they read. I'm certainly not implying it's these jokers. Clearly these two straight laces couldn't be carried away to story worlds.
Dear Tree Teacher, I finished reading Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Basil, by Wiley Miller* and I thought it was a touching story because there was a friendship between a boy and a girl. One day at school, there were a few girls going to the playground and a boy asked if he could play with them. They said "No, you are a boy." I wish more people were like the characters in The Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Basil. I also liked the part in the book where it said what makes music magic. I do think music brings joy. Love, the 7 YO girl
* Did I mention I am a sell-out, er, Amazon Associate?