Muncha Buncha Blueberries

Articles about Miss Lizzie by Paula Newcomer



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Whitesbog Preservation Trust Newsletter
3rd Quarter 2010

At this year’s Whitesbog Blueberry Festival on June 26th, poet/educator Paula Newcomer conducted a special children’s workshop and tour with a talk about the sights and sounds and smells of Elizabeth White’s childhood on her family’s cranberry/blueberry farm.
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Whitesbog Preservation Trust Newsletter
3rd Quarter 2012

“And so the Prince took the dagger and plunged it into his heart. The Princess realized, too late, her own heart was broken, and said, ‘I will bleed for my Prince ever after…’”

We were sitting on the brick porch of Elizabeth White’s Suningive home as I told the kids gathered around me one of the many folk tales about the bleeding heart plant. The boys in the this year’s “Muncha Buncha Blueberries” walking tour at the Whitesbog Blueberry Festival liked the part about the dagger of course. Continue Reading…