All posts by Fats Suela

Cloud chaser. Sky walker. Tale weaver. Smile painter. Dream believer. Book gatherer. Star-child of the universe.

[Poetry Friday] Edward Hirsch on Grief and Mourning

Fats here. My Poetry Friday offering this week goes out to a co-worker who is having a tough time dealing with her grandmother’s death. I forgot how long ago it has been since her grandma died. I know that it happened in December and I know that she’s still grieving years later. I discovered the ...

[Poetry Friday] maggie and milly and molly and may by e.e. cummings

Fats here. Winter is coming. Nevertheless, I would like to celebrate this first day of the fabulous month of December with a beautiful nature-inspired poem by E.E. Cummings. I haven’t read this one before and I’m happy to share it with you today. ♥ Poetry Friday round-up is hosted this week by Mary Lee at A ...

[Poetry Friday] On Giving Thanks

Fats here. There are so many things that I’m thankful for this year. If I had to share only one, I’d have to say that I am most grateful for having found a reasonably priced apartment with a two-car attached garage. Winter is coming, so Daniel and I feel very fortunate that we do not ...

Early Bilingual Book for Children: “My Dog is Lost” by Ezra Jack Keats

Fats here. My Dog is Lost Story and illustrations by Ezra Jack Keats and Pat Cherr First edition published in 1960 by Thomas Y. Crowell (now Viking) ISBN-10: 0140565698 ISBN-13: 978-0140565690 Copy provided by Hudson Library & Historical Society. From the jacket flap of the book: Juanito and his family have lived in New York for just ...

[Nonfiction Wednesday] “The World is Not a Rectangle” by Jeanette Winter

Fats here. The World is Not a Rectangle A Portrait of Architect Zaha Hadid Written and illustrated by Jeaneatte Winter Published by Beach Lane Books (2017) ISBN-10: 148144669X ISBN-13: 978-1481446693 Copy provided by Rocky River Public Library. All photos were downloaded from the Internet. I don’t remember how I came across this book. I do remember that ...