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The Next Fine Day by Elizabeth Yates
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The Next Fine Day

by Elizabeth Yates

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1994 ()
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FOR BOB
who knows more than any of us
about the next fine day
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Kent kicked a stone ahead of him on the path as he trudged the dusty distance home from school.
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"The next fine day"
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0890847355, Paperback)

Each spring for hundreds of year, the herons have returned to Chilham, England, but only now have they become important to Kent. Their departure this fall marks the beginning of a new life for his mother, who has closed her heart to love, and for Kent, who thinks of himself as Nobody.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:57 -0400)

"Each spring for hundreds of years, the herons have returned to Chilham, England, but only now have they become important to Kent. Their departure this fall marks the beginning of a new life for his mother, who has closed her heart to love, and for Kent, who thinks of himself as Nobody."… (more)

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