Anna’s Muffin Skills Would Be Nice, Too

October 18, 2010 @ 7:21 am | Filed under: Betsy-Tacy, Books

Dawn reviews Carney’s House Party and Winona’s Pony Cart at She Is Too Fond of Books:

The Foreword, by Melissa Wiley, looks at character development and assesses how Wiley herself has been impacted by these books.  She says that she hopes her daughters “will become … the heroines of their own lives, facing life’s challenges with Carney’s integrity, Betsy’s determination, and Winona’s sense of fun.”

Related: Carney and Winona are in the building


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  1. Melissa, I’m planning to say something (a big something) about the reissues over on my blog, since I’ve talked about Betsy-Tacy matters in the past. Would you have any time to do a brief “interview” of sorts via email? Thanks — and I covet Anna’s presence many a day. 🙂

  2. Hannah, I’d be happy to. Fire away with questions! thebonnyglen (at) gmail (dot) com.

  3. Thank you! They’ll be coming at you ASAP.