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On the eve of the Boston Tea Party, Sally has a hard choice to make.





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Salome by Beatrice Gormley




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The Further Tale of Peter RabbitThe Further Tale of Peter Rabbit by Emma Thompson

My rating: 1 of 5 stars


Really disappointing. I thought if anyone could channel Beatrix Potter, it would be Emma Thompson--I love her as an actor. But this story seemed wordy and coy, devoid of Potter's magical appeal to children. I was hoping to give this book to my 3-year-old grandson, but no.



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Friends of Liberty and the Boston Tea Party

October 17, 2013

Tags: friendship, Boston Tea Party, historical fiction, family, American Revolution, values

Important historical moments can really interfere with your life.

Take the Boston Tea Party, a huge tipping point in American history. If things had happened just a little differently, those pesky chests of tea would have been quietly unloaded and sold, tax included. King George III and the British Parliament would have seen the light (more…)

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