"Miles Flies Off"

from French in Ann Arbor


Sandy Schopbach has been invited by Nicola's Books to come and read "Miles Flies Off", the fifth and last of her series of children's books about the little black-and-white cat who shared almost 20 years with her and her family, both in Paris and Ann Arbor. It's the story of his "transatlantic relocation".
If you know Nicola's, you know how great a resource it is for the area. It is a wonderful independent bookstore.
So, come on out, with or without children. It'll be a fun event and she'd love to see any of you who have the time to swing by.


Organizer: Sandy Schopbach, author, photographer


Teaching French is a passion and a hobby. But, my world would not be complete without my family, my friends, my garden, literature, music, knitting, movies and exercise!!!


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12 months ago

Your description of this bike is good in all aspects. It has class and a presence, but the thing that I do not like about this model is its flowing fenders. They steal the grace of the overall look of this model. You can get other designs at papersowl that are more graceful.

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