Back in elementary school, I would flip through the back pages of my reader, because the excerpts I read for class always left me wanting more. I read Barbara Gilbert’s A Dance to Still Music, Marguerite Henry’s Mustang, and many others, as a result. Then, there were recommended books that the editors suggested if I liked the offered choices. Among them was Margaret E. Bell’s Watch for a Tall, White Sail. I thought the title sounded intriguing. It was out of print, so I discovered it on Amazon Marketplace and then didn’t read it for years. Hello, 2016, year of Reading the Books I Own. Read my full review for my thoughts!
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