The School Library Journal named “The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever” a great book for a snowy day, saying “Vivacious storytelling, imagery-packed language, and exuberant cartoon artwork capture the trepidation and exhilaration of a high-flying escapade.” Check it out at: www.islandportpress.com Also, click here read the review on the School Library Journal.
By Chris Bohjalian, BurlingtonFreePress.com, Feb. 27, 2014 One of my favorite short stories is Rebecca Rule’s “Yankee Curse.” Here is how it begins: “At School District Meeting, Miranda knits. May your neighbors steal from your wood pile, Mort Wallace. The points of her flexi-needle slide in and out of the heavy burgundy wool. May they incinerate their garbage in a barrel at your property line. And may the wind blow in your direction.” As Miranda knits, the vitriol inside …
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Click to read the article: The Storyteller: A SNHU Chat with Rebecca Rule The Penman Review | March 11, 2013 | by Pamme Boutselis
11.08.12 Union Leader | by Nancy Bean Foster | NH storyteller conjures childhood sled adventures in new book