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And Now For Something Completely Different
November 21, 2002

"Fair flowers do not remain long by the wayside." –German proverb


AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

One surprise I have had is finding that many early childhood professionals escape from the stress by reading mystery stories. So for those of you who share my addiction, here are...

Roger's Recent Mystery Favorites...

1. Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith (Anchor Books, 2000). A mystery solved by a female detective in Botswana.

2.  A Samba for Sherlock by Jo Soares (Vintage International, 1997). Sherlock goes to Brazil.

3.  Murder in Belleville by Cara Black (Soho Press, 2000). Cool female detective on the case in Paris.

4.  A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson (Berkley Books, 2000). From Berlin in the '40's to Portugal in the '90's.

5.  The Crook Factory by Dan Simmons (HarperTorch, 1999). Ernest Hemingway fights Nazi's, and J. Edgar Hoover in Cuba.  

Do you have some mystery favorites to share? Send them to info@ChildCareExchange.com and we will pass them along.



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