You can’t attack every Monday with zest and zeal, and this morning’s grey skies have us feeling a little sluggish. So as we ease into this new week we thought a gentle, lullaby-like poem might be in order, and this by Robert Louis Stevenson from The Penguin Book of Victorian Verse is just the ticket.
Volunteer Coordinator Michelle has a classic piece of fiction to feature as this week’s Read under the microscope – Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
The weather is turning, the leaves are falling, Autumn is most certainly upon us and with a new season comes a new edition of The Reader Magazine. Introducing Issue 63.