June 1, 2013 @ 2:33 pm | Filed under: Books, Picture Book Spotlight
“To be perfectly honest, Ticky,” said Professor John, “I do not care for grandfather clocks as a rule. They are so very tall that one can never look into their faces and see what they are thinking. But your grandfather must be a very special clock, and it is always a good thing to have an ancestor who lives in a castle.”
—The Very Fine Clock by Muriel Spark, illustrated by Edward Gorey (1968)
Rose’s American History Reading List
A Question for the Librarians Who Won’t Stock Lucky
Spinning around again
My six-year-old’s library search queue
Did you see last night’s supermoon?