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Friday, October 10, 2008

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Nicola

Very nice evocation of the autumn season. Here in the UK, we don't have hickory nuts, though - not sure what they are. This is my favourite season, too. Nicola

EACH LITTLE WORLD

Hickory nuts are a North American native tree. though they are related to both walnuts and hazelnuts (filberts). You don't usually see hickory nuts to buy in the stores — you are more likely to find them at farmers' markets where someone has a tree and collects the nuts.

I loved the Meg Rosoff cover shot you did on your blog recently.

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