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Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman: A read that I typically wouldn’t have partaken in if it wasn’t for its inclusion in a bulk box of books I received. A quick, young adult read that I thoroughly enjoyed. Capturing the (fictional) story of how a community garden came to be in a diverse neighbourhood of Cleveland, the method of developing the narrative from a variety of mini, perspective based stories was engaging. I’m not certain if this piece has been adapted as a short play for stage, but it definitely would lend itself well to that medium. A quick read, but one I would enjoy someone to enjoy if they are given the opportunity.

April 19, 2021 2021 reviews books

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