Susan Marlow Arrives Saturday

 

Hello Darlings,

Miss Susan Marlow has boarded the stage and will arrive here in the Junction on Saturday.

The dear lady is returning for a second time. I might need to jog your memory about who Miss Susan is because it’s been a while since she last visited. She writes some of the best historical children’s books that you’ve ever read.

This time Miss Susan will talk about a little known Native American tribe called the Yokuts who once made their home in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. She has some interesting tidbits about these people.

And Miss Susan isn’t coming empty-handed. She’ll give away one set of her Andi books to one lucky person.

So if you have children, grandchildren, or nieces or nephews you might want to get your name in the pot for the awesome prize. All you have to do is come by and leave a comment.

Don’t forget now, you hear!

Felicia Filly
When I'm not keepin' all these Fillies in line, I'm practicing my roping so I can catch me a cowboy. Me and Jasper (my mule) are two peas in a pod. Both of us are as crotchety as all get-out.
Updated: December 6, 2010 — 5:23 pm

2 Comments

  1. These books sound great. I’m sure my grandchild would love them!

  2. I’ve been trying to get my grandchildren to read more when they come over my house. I have a book from the American Girl series called Josephina, which is about a little girl who lived in 1830’s New Mexico, that my grandaughter loves to read when she visits. These books would be a great addition to my kiddy library. 🙂

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