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An “excellent collection....Prelutsky and Sis...bring to life so many sorts of dragons: the large, the small, the ferocious, the technological, the gentle, the ominous, and the disconsolate. There’s a ‘just right’ quality to the verse that makes it a pleasure to read the words aloud. Their sounds fit together with seamless craftsmanship and their sense rewards listeners with humor, imagination, and occasional poignancy....Because it appeals on so many levels, this is one poetry book that won’t siton the shelf for long.” -Booklistfind out more visit nicola’s books
W.H. Auden lived on the same land, but not the same house, that Robert Frost had lived on while in Ann Arbor. This is because Henry Ford had bought the old house and moved it to Greenfield village.