Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Yes, I'm Still Moved!

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Anonymous said...

You mentioned "parsley, sage, rosemary, and time" by Jane Louise curry, which by weird synchronicity I am reading, and, yes, it is a lone girl (named Rosemary) spending the summer with her aunt in an old house in Maine, with an old overgrown herb garden, and a magic sundial (shaped like a sun's face) that has been hidden for many years by ivy. The sundial magic works only on midsummer eve, and she has to figure out that the key herb is thyme (time!). She is temporarily transported back in time to colonial Maine.

Lela Nargi said...

Dear Anonymous:
Well, you have just confirmed for me that I need to track down this book! Thank you for writing in. Meanwhile, I posted your comment here, beneath the post about the book:
You can find future entries on that site, and also comment there (under "News & Picks of the Week," just hit the little dialog box icon!)