The Memoirs of Pauline Fraser: Tap Dancer, Spy Catcher,
WWII War Bride, Restaurateur

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Literacy Leads the Way

 

We are great proponents of reading, especially books.

Books open many vistas to new worlds.

A good book is as good as, or better, than gold.

Read Pearl S. Buck's The Good Earth, or Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, or any book by Charles Dickens, and you can step virtually into a whole different time and place.

Choose your favorite author, and discover what a book can do. It can open a portal to a world you never expected to find, whether it is poetry or prose.

A good book can be a bridge to a different generation, or a different continent, or a different planet.

Seek and you will find them online, or hidden among treasures at a garage sale, or brand new, emanating the smell of adventure at your favorite bookshop.

So read, teach others to read, and find delight in well-written words.

Read about Pauline Fraser in Presenting Pauline, and find out what it was like for a young review artist to keep on dancing when her world came under fire during World War II in London. Find out how she was swept, unsuspecting, into the world of spies, and how she found the love that changed her life.

Read and discover what is hidden between the cover of a book about a very different era.

 

Read something good tonight.

 

The Authors.

 

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