I thought I would post this again for those who aren't in the know. I get lots of requests from people looking for the titles of long lost books. Often that's how people stumble on to this blog, looking for a book they loved long ago. Sometimes I know the answer but most of the time I send them to the professional forum pickers at whatsthatbook.com. It's an awesome resource where you post vague descriptions of a book and get a mess of people reading that description and trying to come up with the title.
Almost always, someone knows it. Seriously, the people on the children's book forum are geniuses with a wealth of knowledge so vast, it puts all of us wannabes to shame.
It's also fun to peruse the posts and come up with a title someone is searching for. I always feel proud when I log on there and am actually able to name the book someone is describing.
It's the little things...
Loganberry Books also has a Stump the Bookseller section that is really fun to sift through.
Hope this info helps someone reunite with a long lost love...
(picture taken from Literacy, Families and Learning)
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