[klou-der] n. a group or cluster of cats Example Sentences: “A girl separated from her clowder . . . and practically knocked me down to get to him.” (Nevermore by James Patterson, pg. 25) The wind began howling like a clowder singing cats, or a lost chthonic horror outside.
Emily of New Moon by L.M. Montgomery is the first novel in the Emily trilogy. It depicts life through the eyes of Emily Byrd Starr. In the beginning of the novel, Emily becomes an orphan after her father dies of consumption. She is then taken in by her Murray family. It is decided that she… Continue reading Emily of New Moon by L.M. Montgomery
Welcome, readers! To start off this blog, I am posting Charles Wysocki’s “Frederick the Literate.” This blog has everything to do with books and stories. This includes things, such as book reviews, pictures, book suggestions, movies based on books, authors, ect.