“No Star Wars poles.”

Lee has a few small (comparatively) pieces on display, my favorite a raven with a moveable beak that when you click it closed sounds exactly like the raven who roosts in the spruce tree out in front of my house during the spring. Lee takes it down off its stand and moves toward a little boy, the raven mask talking, kwok, kwok, kwok (okay, that’s MY interpretation of raven talk). The little boy has a huge grin on his face, but he keeps his hands prudently behind his back.

Dana Stabenow. Alaska Traveler (Kindle Locations 1547-1550). Gere Donovan Press.

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  1. I enjoyed Coffee Table this morning. I’m only in town for a month and my son had alerted me to listen. He knows that I’ve read almost if not all of your books. I tried the phone number to call in but it was a general number and the menu didn’t have an extension for this program. I wanted to recommend “The Friar and the Cipher” by Lawrence&Nancy Goldstone. It is about a manuscript from about 1200 that was found in 1912 with no provenance. It has been much studied and may have been written by Roger Bacon. The book details the history of the countries and cultures involved in the beginning of universities in Paris and the other large cities during the time that Bacon was active. It is both interesting and a good read.

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