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Sharon GR

One of my favorite authors, Jeri Smith-Ready, discusses this very same problem in a post about her new novel. It totally throws you out of a good story when something like this happens.


I hate it just as much when children's picture books have illustrations of flowers that aren't any true flower, or have something like asters and forsythia blooming together. But perhaps that can be forgiven, as how many children really pay attention to flowers? The biggest flower faux pas I ever saw was in a wildflower calendar I bought one year from Walmart. It had a full color closeup of Virginia bluebells as the picture for an appropriate month, but it was upside down, the nodding bells facing up instead of down.

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