by Jenn Blair
One day the snail realized he was tired of the willow, the large rock, and the soft dent in the middle of the meadow. So the snail left home and set off on a journey to see different places and meet interesting characters. Eventually, the snail found the perfect place to live—and where he ended up looked surprisingly familiar. A delightful introduction to T. S. Eliot's famous words: We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.
JUVENILE FICTION / General
Shanti Arts Designs
ISBN: 978-1-941830-79-6 (print; hardcover)
32 pages; illustrated
Jenn Blair is from Yakima, Washington. Her work has appeared in The South Carolina Review, Berkley Poetry Review, Rattle, Copper Nickel, Montreal Review, Cold Mountain Review, New South, and Tulane Review, among others. She has two chapbooks out: The Sheep Stealer (Hyacinth Girl Press) and All Things are Ordered (Finishing Line Press). She teaches at the University of Georgia and lives in Winterville, Georgia, with her husband Dave and daughters Katie and Molly.
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