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Copsing: a poem by Yuan Changming
Special guest author Lois Lowry kicks off our new column and shares her own library memories!
My Father Tells us of the Monster in the Pink House
a poem by Victoria Korth
by Karla Linn Merrifield
December 31, Night Closes In
by Marge Piercy
a short story by Frances Park and Ginger Park
Joy to the World
a poem by Marge Piercy
Two Poems by Yuan Changming
By Karen Weyant
The squonk is the ugliest animal in Pennsylvania’s hemlock forests.
Described as a round ball of sagging skin and drooping warts, this creature is fully aware of its own ugliness and spends its time hiding and weeping in the deepest woods.