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The Tale of Halcyon Crane The Tale of Halcyon Crane by Wendy Webb
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“Before I lost my father, I never understood the rituals surrounding funerals: the wake, the service itself, the reception afterward,the dinners prepared by well-meaning friends and delivered in plastic containers, even the popular habit of making poster boards filled with photos of the dear departed. But now I know why we do those things. It's busywork, all of it. I had so much to take care of, so many arrangements to make, so many people to inform, I didn't have a moment to be engulfed by the ocean of grief that was lapping at my heels. Instead, I waded through the shallows, performing task after task, grateful to have duties to propel me forward.”
Wendy Webb, The Tale of Halcyon Crane
“you enjoy the way Hallie’s “tale” is slowly revealed to her? Are there storytellers in your family who have kept family lore alive? 9. Forgiveness is one of the themes in this novel. Who most needed to be able to forgive? Who most needed to be forgiven? 10. Have you ever seen a ghost? Do you know anyone who has? What are some of the best ghost stories you know?”
Wendy Webb, The Tale of Halcyon Crane
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