>Listen to the Children When They Are Holding Sharp Sticks!

>The listservs are ablaze this morning with talk about a children’s knitting club being banned from the library. I’m guessing the ban will be lifted by the end of the day; meanwhile, I sure wish I could knit–it would be great to make myself useful while watching the synchronized diving, and, since we’re currently reviewing Christmas and other winter holiday books, I’m lusting for a nice black cashmere scarf. (Um, is cashmere knit?)

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Alice Hoffman About Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman is the author of more than thirty best-selling titles for adults, including Practical Magic and The Museum of Extraordinary Things. Her latest novel for children is Nightbird (Lamb/Random), reviewed in this issue.

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  1. >Hand-knitted cashmere is incredibly luxurious.

    And, the Yarn Harlot isn’t sure that this isn’t all a tempest in a teapot…interesting!

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