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Feedback from our Readers...

We receive occasional feedback from many of our satisfied Readers.  We hope you enjoy reading some of the comments.  If you have a comment about one or more of our books, please feel free to use the Contact page and we will be sure to include them on the website.


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Twisted Trails in Grand Canyon

"Mary, Thank you so much for sending those books off to my grandchildren.  They were both excited and started reading immediately.  One of those has a book report to do and he was putting it off.  Now he is excited about doing it.  It is Twisted Trails all the way.  Thanks again."

~ Jan Eadelman

Spies in Disguise at Gettysburg

"I just wanted to let you know that as my daughter and grandkids and I drove north from CO to go skiing in Wyoming, the 10-year-old and seven-year-old in the backseat were spelling words with Morse code thanks to the book that the 10-year-old had just read:  Spies in Disguise at Gettysburg. Thought you'd like to know."

~ Marge Faber

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The Runaway Lawnmower

"I now visit a four-year-old boy who spent his summer in a daycare center where his mother is an administrator; he just started pre-K or what he calls “big boy school.”  The first time I visited him at the daycare center, I brought my copy of The Runaway Lawnmower to give to the mother to take home.  But the boy saw the book before the mother touched it, so when the children were ready for quiet time, I read the story.  The book now stays in the mother’s cubby and the children ask me to read it each time I visit.  They especially love the pictures and looking for hidden secrets."

~ Miss Pat

Social Worker in LA

"I purchased three of Mary Morgan’s books last year for my grandson who has a deep interest in historical books. One I purchased was Double Trouble in the Everglades as he has been there with his other grandparents. He enjoyed that book but I must say he was totally captivated by Two if By Tea in Boston and Spies in Disguise at Gettysburg. These books stimulated his imagination that he is now reading The First Conspiracy. This child is only nine and has asked to be taken to Boston and Philadelphia for his birthday. His parents have arranged a trip to Philadelphia this spring and Boston next year. He has also asked to see Hamilton and they were able to purchase tickets to that in Richmond this spring. These books stimulated his interest in reading and history. I would recommend them to all children."

~ JoAnn Peet

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