The Skein and the Pair

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Fictional, educational but humorous, The Skein and the Pair will give you another gander at the geese where Kathy Flanary Nelson cleverly weaves the nature of wildlife and humans together.

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Overview

Fictional, educational but humorous, The Skein and the Pair will give you another gander at the geese where Kathy Flanary Nelson cleverly weaves the nature of wildlife and humans together.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780741460769
  • Publisher: Infinity Pub
  • Publication date: 7/16/2010

Meet the Author

When it comes to writing, Kathy Flanary Nelson will tell you that her first love was poetry. She wrote a collection of over seventy poems and had them published in her first book, titled This is Life. She continues to write prolifically. Her first publication for children being, You Make Me Want to Sing, is a melodically written piece of which all children and parents can relate. The Skein and the Pair is a novella written for everyone who enjoys literary fiction. When Kathy is not writing books, she is in another place in the poetry she continues to write.

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  • Posted February 16, 2014

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    This book starts out with the story told by the geese.  Two brot

    This book starts out with the story told by the geese.  Two brothers who decide to pick there mate for life and start a family.   There parents and grandparents decide not to fly with them because one father has glass stuck in his foot.   The younger couples are watched by the people who picnic at the lake and cabin.




    I found the story of the geese and they way they talk and react to be believable but yet I found that the people in the story where not as believable.  I don’t know what that says about me being able to relate to a gaggle of geese instead of the humans.  I could relate to the people a little it was just the way they conversed  with each other that I could not fathom.  The geese had better conversations.  




    I don’t know how much of the story or facts on geese are true.  It did make me want to read more about geese even though I have not followed through on it yet.  It did make them more interesting to read about. A fun read. 

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