"Someday the laws of glamour must be discovered, because they are so important that the world would be wiser now if Sir Isaac Newton had been hit on the head, not by an apple, but by a young lady." So wrote Booth Tarkington, a somewhat conservative author, considered by most to be anything but "glamorous."
This may not be exactly what he had in mind, but we have discovered glamour's operating principles and its primary residence in the least likely of places--the classrooms of English teachers who trade regularly in the commodity. Would you believe? For more on this remarkable discovery, read on.
Yet another tidbit from a series of fifteen books of educational comics by Larry Paros.
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