I'm a bit curious as to whether or not anyone else noticed that on page 88 of our book "Tending to Eden", by Scott C. Sabin has a typo!
"As someone told me recently, creation care seems like a cause for bored Americans who want to raise chickens their backyard."
I believe the portion of the sentence underlined should read:
"chickens in their backyard."
But hey, I could be wrong. Don't worry I did get the message the author was trying to give in the sentence, it just made me stop for a second and wonder how hard it is to edit an article much less an entire book. I wonder if editors can lose their jobs for something as minor as this...I s'pose it depends on the publisher. I wonder what the weirdest typos in the world are...could you imagine? Could you imagine the controversy of finding a typo in the bible? Or maybe a little bit of irony of typos in an english text book? I'm sure those textbook editors are under a LOT of pressure.
Don't worry my fellow classmates, I'm far past page 88 now, just never got around to writing this blog.
Well, I'll write more about the actual book soon, but for now...Dinner!