Books 216-220

I love Madeline L'Engle's books.


I kind of have an urge now to reread
A Wrinkle in Time
and all of those books.
Not that I have time to reread them
or anything.

I'm not as big a fan of Robert Louis Stevenson.


Each to his or her own,
I guess.

Mr. Shakespeare has rejoined us
with two of his classics.


I think I might still know all of
Lady M's
"Out, damn spot"
speech,
but I'm not sure.
And it would be kind of weird
to suddenly start proclaiming it at work.
Our accountant might not come back next month,
and that wouldn't be good.

As for Midsummer...


I love that play,
but can we get that poor lady on the cover a sweater?
Or even just a pillow?
That looks really awkward and uncomfortable.

Haven't read the next one.


So I have no clue what it's about.
I also have no clue what's in that basket,
but it looks angry.