Tag Archives: Tyler Ticheelar

New books offer eclectic mix of poetry, prose

By Tyler Tichelaar If the walls could talk By t. kilgore splake This book is a tribute to the former St. Joseph’s Hospital in Hancock. It’s a thin volume of not more than 40 pages with a short essay in the beginning describing how the author in 1983 first discovered the hospital, peered through its […]

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Books explore good, evil

Faeries of the Night: Good and Evil By Deborah Choszczyk Faeries of the Night is one of the most creative books I have reviewed in this column. It’s a picture book designed for children ages 7 to 12, but it’s also an activity book. Deborah Choszczyk’s journey to creating this book began with her love […]

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