Seney on Books: A Trilogy Not to Be Overlooked

I had just returned from Dublin, Ireland, where I did a presentation at the Conference of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA), the European equivalent to NAGC. The topic was nurturing and supporting Dabrowski’s overexcitabilities through literature. When I address this topic, I usually have a wagon-load of books; but travel to Ireland precluded bringing them along. Instead, I selected just two to use as examples. One of the books was Susan Bosak’s Dream: A Tale of Wonder, Wisdom & Wishes (2004, TCP Press — The Communication Project). This book deserves (and will get) its own review in a future column. The second book was Suzy Lee’s Mirror (2010, Seven Footer Press), a book that I reviewed in an earlier column in the November, 2...

 

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About Bob Seney

Professor Emeritus Bob Seney is retired from teaching in the Masters of Gifted Studies Program at Mississippi University for Women. He has been 2e Newsletter's children's book columnist since 2007. Reach him at [email protected]