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Goatfish Alphabet by Kristen McHenry

Dave Bonta writes...
I am reading this book for the third time in as many years, carrying it into the library like a charm to make the other books talk, and into the gourmet section of the supermarket to awaken lust among the cheeses fresh from their caves. The first few pages bear greasy smudges near the bottom — what had I been eating the last time I read it?
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At 12:54 AM, Blogger Marylinn Kelly replied:

Who would not desire such a book. I've visited the chapbook publisher's page and will fidget until I can know the Goatfish Alphabet. Thank you.    



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