There are 2 comments on the Courier-Post story from Jan 26, 2013, titled Fabletries. In it, Courier-Post reports that:

Fabletries Whatever Maggy Cans did in her lifetime in my lifetime, she was a poet.

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Shirley Setzer

Willingboro, NJ

#1 Jan 31, 2013
It's so wonderful that children's books are going back to basics and helping to teach a lesson, a fable. I just bought this author's book, "Black Dog", and my grandson loved it. The ending will stun you.
Shirley S.


Since: Nov 11


#2 Feb 1, 2013
I pray the world wll go back wen we grew up n start over so it would hope 2be a better place then it is 2day..i wish it but i know its a dream about getting better..well hope all is gd 4 people that are gd n F--- the rest that make it worse 4 us that are gd..

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