Archive for January, 2010

I remember, I was fifteen years old when I read Catcher in the Rye. I was in the midst–OK, the start–of my own adolescent rebellion and alienation . . . the key words everyone uses when they talk about that novel. What was most vivid to me was that Holden Caulfield was someone I knew. […]


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Welcome to your first play therapy session . . . and mine. This blog is mostly about kids, kidlit, kid tv and that sort of stuff. And yes, I do have enough ADD that it’s going to wander off into literary fiction, politics and religion and families and movies and whatever, but mostly it’s about […]