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Spring Snow: The Seasons of New England from the Old Farmer's Almanac

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Four and a half million people read The Old Farmer's Almanac each year, and for fourteen years, the essays of Castle Freeman, Jr., have been a prominent feature. Freeman delights in Vermont through every season of the year, observing and participating in what happens inside the countryman's mind and outside it. He has something to say about all aspects of modern country li ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published October 31st 1995 by Houghton Mifflin (first published September 27th 1995)
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Sarah Morenon
Not my usual book, but lyrical writing, not schmaltzy, sort of musings with humor and insight. Will give copy to my daughter who is a granola crunchy. Not a crunchy granola. A granola crunchy.
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