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Here Comes The Moon




Here Comes the Moon, a country collection

"Have you ever wondered about the use of the word “progress” as in “you can’t stand in the way of progress”? And wondered why, in this context, progress always seems to involve some destruction of the environment, and habitat for animals? And why, in comparison to thirty years ago, is the joyful dawn chorus of birds so muted now? Could it be due to the progress we’ve made?"

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Reader Comments

Margaret Blair’s powers of description are impressive. This is a book of great charm.


BETTYJANE WYLIE CM
Canada

Reading Here Come the Moon was an enjoyable experience. I’ve been variously amused, informed and inspired.

HELEN THOMPSON
Canada

Here Comes the Moon is informative, charming and at times very funny.

 

JENNIFER GLOSSOP
Canada

How very little Ontario city dwellers seem to know about the heartland of the province. Thank you for working to remedy that.

CAROL WEBB CANZONA
Canada


Professional Reviews

Lesley Duncan, United Kingdom, The Herald
Here Comes the Moon, a country collection

It’s a delight! Both the prose pieces and the poems are so accessible and quietly wise. I like too the quirky illustrations.

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U.S. Review of Books
Here Comes the Moon, a country collection 

Margaret Blair presents a charming mix of stories about animals, nostalgia, and history in her collection that will make the reader think about the past and marvel at the miracle of nature. ...
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