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Diplomacy Lessons

by Vicki Hughes

For readers in search of a policy-wonk book to be placed on a bedside table as literary “Lunesta,” and pulled up for a page or two of reading before dropping off, this is not the right prescription. This powerfully written analysis... Read More

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Loon Chase

by Vicki Hughes

A paddle across a lake, time to watch rare birds on the water, a frantic attempt to stop a “bad moment” in the woods—through the pages of this delightful book,[i][b][/i][/b] these events on a summer day are the recipe for a young... Read More

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At Blackwater Pond

by Vicki Hughes

It is not essential to have recordings of great poets reading their verse, but it certainly is wondrous. Only in the last 100 years have listeners been able to hear poets’ interpretations of their own words, and while audio technology... Read More

Book Review

Getting On Message

by Vicki Hughes

Recently, anyone who mentions the word “Bible” in a political context is assumed to be approaching an issue from the right … the religious right. This assessment is not necessarily accurate, but since the right has essentially made... Read More

Book Review

A Frog Thing

by Vicki Hughes

Frank the frog wants to fly. It’s not an idle wish or a daydream on the young amphibian’s part; it’s a dream he works for, suffers for, and truly struggles to attain. But Frank is a frog, and flying isn’t a frog thing, right?... Read More

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