Every so often a book comes along to restore our faith in miracles ….
Best Books of 2016
Through friendship with otherworldly beings, a disabled boy discovers healing powers his kinfolk refuse to recognize.
It’s the early 1900s in Western America. Hamburgers, air machines, and vacuum sweepers have just been discovered. Racism and bigotry plague the Valley of Sorrows following the Native Relocation Act and the influx of foreign immigrants. When Moojie Littleman is abandoned by his adoptive father…READ MORE
What do you think about Wordsworth’s way of looking at the world, and how is it similar in Moojie Littleman? Regarding Wordsworth’s “The Idiot Boy” and “We Are Seven”, it can be said that William Wordsworth and I share a mutual interest in children trapped in difficult circumstances. Children are also wiser than grownups or … Continue reading Question from a Reader
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Dear Bright Souls, It has been a few weeks since we got back from Europe. Spain was sensational … Christmas lights everywhere, joyful, friendly people, great food, accommodations and weather. We also visited Biarritz, France. The night lights were phenomenal (even at 38 degrees f.). While there, I introduced The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman … Continue reading Postcards from Europe
Moojie, a foundling, has a few stakes against him. He is disabled and possesses mysterious healing powers that even he doesn’t understand. He just doesn’t fit in. Neither does an outcast clan of aliens called the Light-Eaters, who are easily mistaken for Native Americans. When Moojie is adopted by childless couple, Henry and Kate, * … Continue reading Summary of “The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman”