The Crows of Pearblossom by Aldous Huxley {Review}

  Although I was familiar with the fact that author Aldous Huxley wrote the well known Brave New World, I had not personally read any of his writing. Then to be introduced by a long out of print children’s book that has made it’s way back to the market is delightful. This book is witty and fun and the illustrations are vibrant and imaginative. There is a definite humor throughout. I can easily imagine my father chuckling as he reads this to the grandchildren. I’m quite certain it will be loved by children (of all ages). This little story was written as a story for his niece as I understand it and was published after his death in the 1960s. What a legacy to leave forward. About the author Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), the author of Brave New World, lived the latter part of his life near the Mojave Desert, where. . .

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