Tales are for telling and the truth may be tall, My yarn is for spinning as the earth spins for all.
This is a yarn for a windy night or a rainy day or any old time or a circle of souls or a broken lonely heart–
so hunker down by a crackling fire and read aloud just to yourself or share my yarn with those you love.
~ from Polly MacCauley's Finest, Divinest, Woolliest Gift of All
"though Polly MacCauley's Finest Divinest Woolliest Gift of All is firmly rooted in the Maritimes of her home, Sheree Fitch has woven a story for the world in both context and spirit" ~ Helen Kubiw, "CanLit for Little Canadians"
This beautifully-illustrated, long-format story is part fairy tale, part farm tale, part poetry and all Sheree Fitch. A perfect blending of word and image, the play between Fitch's fun and moving story with Darka Erdelji's whimsical and touching illustrations makes for a wonderful story to read-aloud.
A beautiful celebration of creativity and community.