Tue, 24 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
A Lion in the Meadow, The Witch in the Cherry Tree, The Man Whose Mother Was a Pirate.
Margaret Mahy wrote stories that captivated children, and that as a parent you never minded reading, over and over and over again.
She was a wizard with words, and kids loved her because she could be a little bit naughty too.
She died yesterday, but what a legacy she left us all.
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25/07/2012 11:37:50 a.m.
Rest In Peace, I remember your storys when I was a child. I will allways love your work. My fav is the Great White Man Eating Shark.
24/07/2012 9:42:33 p.m.
Thank you so much for your work Margaret Mahy. You will be missed.
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