Therese Conte

Therese Conte is an independent writer. She has studied literature at the University of Dallas and at various centers of learning throughout the United States. She lives and writes in New England.

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Savage Danger, Virgin Serenity: An Introduction to the Leatherstocking Tales

Two woodsmen emerge from the thick overgrowth of wood, and wend their way to the edge of a pristine, shimmering lake.  The beautiful Glimmerglass, as this water is known, resplendent in its virgin serenity, belies the savage danger that awaits these visitors to her shores. As Natty Bumppo and his companion, Henry March, converse at … Read more

Peter Rabbit

“Once upon a time, there were four little Rabbits, and their names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter…” so begins a series of delightful tales of the lives and adventures of woodland creatures and farm animals.   Penned by Beatrix Potter at the turn of the 20th century, these examples of good imaginative literature have retained … Read more

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