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Thursday, April 30, 2009

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Durable Goods

I wanted to REALLY like this book but I have to admit my albeit high expectations were only partially met. I agree that the photos and layout (no pun intended) were excellent, but the "story" seemed lacking. I was somewhat disappointed by what was passed off as a plot, which seemed like it could have been better. I'm with you, though, that I look forward to future adventures with Tillie!

Terry

Thanks for the nice review of my book. I'm finding that lots of librarians have an affinity for chickens! It took me a year at flea markets and on ebay to find the props. That juice glass you covet was a promotional item given out by a feed company to farmers in the 1960s. BTW, I trained my chickens to pose. As easy as training dogs, really! I'm sorry that Durable Goods was disappointed by the plot. If you live with chickens, you know they don't exactly have exciting lives. The plot in the book was rather thrilling for the real Tillie : )

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