Spotting things

Nat Case hedberg at vermontel.net
Wed Sep 29 12:38:32 EDT 1999


Mary Poppins sounds more like, as the story had an old-fashioned feel to it.
I would have thought something from E Nesbit's era. I recall it had a
grown-up-story, melancholy feel to it. 

Nat Case
Hedberg Maps, Inc.

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>From: "Sally Odgers" <sodgers at hotnet.net.au>
>To: <dwj at suberic.net>
>Subject: Re: Spotting things
>Date: Tue, Sep 28, 1999, 11:00 PM
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>I remember it too... Could it have been Bobby Brewster? Or could it have
>been in one of the Mary Poppins books maybe?
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>> From: Nat Case <hedberg at vermontel.net>
>> 2. I remember reading years and years ago a weird little short story
>where a
>> boy looks through a special lens, and where everything play-made turns
>into
>> the real thing (I especially recall a toy Mr & Mrs Noah), and vice versa
>> (his parents turn into toys, I think). Does thins rin ga bell with
>anyone?
>> Nat Case
>> Hedberg Maps, Inc.
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