Elizabeth, who blogs at Breaking the Circle has opened her home to a series of interviews about favorite children’s books. She kindly invited me over and I gladly accepted.
If you have a little bit of time, stop by Elizabeth’s blog to read what others have to say about their favorite children’s books.
Thank you, Elizabeth, for having me over. It was a real pleasure.
The next installment of Favorite Children’s Books is hosted by Evelyne Holingue, a published author who grew up in France and raised her children in America. Like Aunty Uta, Evelyne’s multicultural experience lends an interesting perspective to this topic.
Tell us about yourself, Evelyne!
I had never been to the USA when the young man I met in Paris told me that he would love to live there one day. Unlike me he had been there many times, visiting both coasts extensively. Honestly, I didn’t really think about his American dreams until one night, shortly after we got married, he told me that we should go. I remember excitement and anxiety stirring inside me, working at the making of a totally foreign stew.
Retrospectively, I’m glad I agreed. Saying no to the dreams of the man I love would have been hard. Now that we have been living in the…
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