Large grim clouds rolled past, Ernest but he didn’t listen to their grumbling. He was tired of the sameness of his days. He wanted an adventure. 734 more words
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Okay, I can’t do it. I just can’t. I cannot finish reading the Warriors super-edition Yellowfang’s Secret.
Yellowfang is one of my favorite cats from the first series, and although I already knew she dies (because when my son read that part, I found him literally crying his eyes out), I told myself that I knew the worst, and I could get through her super-edition. 802 more words
It’s been an odd few weeks and I’ve been neglecting Pretty Books a little since I moved house. But I’m currently sitting in a local cafe with bookish housemate… 575 more words
I first read Natalie Babbitt’s Tuck Everlasting in my sixth grade English class. I was just starting to write stories of my own at the time, and I had a wonderful teacher who encouraged my writing efforts and inspired me to go into teaching myself, someday. 348 more words