Jun 15, 2015

Ann Packer says ‘Children’s Crusade’ belongs to readers now - SFGate

Ann Packer’s house in San Carlos is on a street lined with many literal opportunities to stop and smell the roses — it’s a perfect place for the writer, self-described as a private person, to live and work. At the kitchen table of her pin-drop-quiet bungalow, she is measured and thoughtful in describing her childhood in nearby Stanford, where both her parents were professors, up to her current...

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