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Winding Oak's Bookology Magazine

Skinny Dip with Steve Mudd

bk_tangledwebWhat’s your favorite hol­i­day tra­di­tion?

A Christ­mas tree!

Were you a teacher’s pet or teacher’s chal­lenge?

Sad­ly, pet.

What’s the first book report you ever wrote?

bk-ShaneThe first one I can remem­ber that made an impres­sion on me was an oral report on Shane (with which the teacher, one of my favorites, was not over­ly impressed).

Do you like to gift wrap presents?

When I have the time and resources, indeed.

What do you wish you could tell your 10-year old self?

Quit wor­ry­ing so much and enjoy life more.

What 3 children’s book authors or illus­tra­tors or edi­tors would you like to invite to din­ner?

Eleanor Cameron, for children’s authors. In addi­tion, Ray Brad­bury and Roger Zelazny. And Andre Nor­ton.

Where’s your favorite place to read?

A rock­ing chair or a reclin­er in my liv­ing room.

 

2 Responses to Skinny Dip with Steve Mudd

  1. David LaRochelle November 6, 2015 at 4:43 pm #

    Is that your stained glass on the Bookol­o­gy page, Sparky? It’s gor­geous! I was also a huge fan of Eleanor Cameron’s “Mush­room Plan­et” books. Think­ing about them brings me right back to being eleven years old again!

    • Steve Mudd November 11, 2015 at 12:31 pm #

      David: Yes, it’s one of our (Car­ol and I = Gem­i­ni Glass) win­dows. I’ve been afraid to reread them for fear the mag­ic would not sur­vive my 60+ years of life expe­ri­ence. On a side note, do you remem­ber a book that prob­a­bly came out in the ear­ly 50s about a stegosaurus that wan­ders out of the black hills/badlands and meets a young boy and then, at the end, wan­ders back into the wilds?

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