A Footing on This Earth by Sara Henderson Hay

Copyright 1966
Checked out 4 times in 41 years
Last checked out 16 years ago

The circulation speaks volumes on this one, though it’s also a surprise. This is rhyming poetry and the second half of the book deals strongly with religious themes, both of which should have pleased local readers. The book is divided into sections dealing with nature, love, etc. That sort of arrangement usually appeals to the average reader. However, Henderson’s poems simply haven’t caught on in Albertville. Feel free to let this one go.

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