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I love the house on the cover! It looks both cozy and mysterious. Can't wait to read it!
Gorgeous! I can't wait to read it!
Yes, it has an air of mystery about it, especially since his back is turned. It's a winner!
Cover. Title. Author. Perfection.
GLORIOUS POSSIBILITY OF WONDERS inside that house. Glorious.
LOVE it!! I will be reading this : )
I have always been meaning to ask you - do you or did you ever used to travel around to schools and if so did you ever go to Riverton, Wyoming?
I used to travel more (to schools and bookstores) than I do now. Never been to Riverton, WY, tho.
Of course I love it. It draws me in. Can't wait to get a copy for Daniela.
Is that a dog next to the boy? That was a fast turn around after the last one.
Cannot wait to read your newest book and share it with my students - all of your books have a special place in our classroom. Thank you!
It's nice with that glow, & I look forward to reading it. PS I recently read Replay, did I write you how much I LOVED it? Many reasons, but turly, I was charmed. The audio version was also dear. Nunzio-Bunzio....Thank you!
It's great! Looking forward to reading it.
Love the cover of THE BOY ON THE PORCH! Can't wait. :-)
Beautiful cover! I'm looking forward to reading THE BOY ON THE PORCH!
Love the cover! Thank you for "Love that Dog", Hate that Cat", and "Heartbeat", you are turning my students into "Lovers of poetry" and that is their quote.
Thank you and xx to your students . . .
Very intriguing! I love covers that leave questions in my head. It's their job, isn't it? It starts me thinking about the story and how that boy got to that door. Looking forward to finding out.
LOVE it...I am ready to step through the doorway, or at least approach the boy and dog to see what they see. Cannot wait to read it!
I can't wait to enter!
I love the Cover so much and can't wait to get a copy of the book. Also, The boy in the cover kind of reminds me of Finn from 'The Great Unexpected'. Who does the new covers, Sharon Creech? They are so stunning.
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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