|Reviewed by DM Yates
|Ah, yes, the dilemma of us readers. I really relate to her plight. Loved it.|
|Reviewed by Michael True
|I caught this poem on a quick visit: My mother was an avid reader from early on in life, me too. Our home was a library. Books in every room. A bagillian is a lot of books! Fun read. M.True|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Delightful and meaningful too, I believe. I am once in a while inspired to write "children's stuff." It sure seems to inspire you and your readers benefit. Thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader)
|How funny is this yet so clever is each line. I could just see books hanging from the ceiling and nailed to the door.. Yes Pat, you and I are akin in spirits of the adventuresome kind.. It is good to laugh.. Great reading...
|Reviewed by CJ Heck
|This is so cute, Pat! Kids'll love it!
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Adorable story...loved your lyrical lilt! Children would love this, Pat! WEll done..
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
this is wonderful in every way:
setting, expression and message.
A delight to read.
|Reviewed by Vesper Darby
|i'm not sure how it got turned around in the reading but it's eliza's words 'i'll simply write my own'
in actuality it will more than likely be jack ...the silent talent from his mom
|Reviewed by Gene Williamson
|Pat, the beauty of books in a young boy's hands
is summed up perfectly in that last line. -gene.
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|What a sweet poem with such a fabulous result. I think he already is. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|You must have an entire children's poetry book in works!
This is adorable.
|Reviewed by Richard King
|"...i haven't changed the scene or wording much... only set them to rhyme...from 5 yr old eliza blue to her older brother jack..." And may I say you've done an excellent job in the process.
Love the message.
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|I agree with Jerry....'nuff said.
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Gotta love it! And I do. I love this, and I could never in a million years write something so simple, yet so very profound. Putting yourself in a child's thoughts is an awfully difficult thing to do, and to carry it off as well as you have here is nothing short of phenomenal.|