4/5⭐ A fun folktale whose excellent illustrations really bring it to life.
TFW you realize two of the childhood books you've kept over the years are retellings of the same story. 😂
I was so excited to visit the Women‘s Suffrage History Museum in Seneca Falls, New York this morning. The battle for women‘s suffrage in the US started here in 1848, when a delegation of women and men met at a local church and wrote out a doctrine to begin the fight for suffrage. Naturally, I had to buy a bunch of goodies, including these two books. The necklace says “Well behaved women rarely make history.”
From “Pushing Through”
“It‘s possible I am pushing through solid rock in flintlike layers, as the ore lies, alone; I am such a long way in I see no way through, and no space: everything is close to my face, and everything close to my face is stone.”
#PoetryMatters | 2: #Stone
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