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Book Review: The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, Pictures by Oliver Jeffers

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Picture Book
Rating: 5/5
Recommend to Others?: Yes
Favorite Quote: “The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn.” (back of jacket cover)

My Summary: 235 more words


the physics teacher’s children have no shoes

I admired the progress of the carpenter’s
work on our home as I swept up decades
old dust released from the ceiling. Now,
spackling paste still wet around the edges, 106 more words

A Love Letter to my Novel

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Writing And Books

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