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My Favorite Shel Silverstein Poems

Shel Silverstein is one of the things from my childhood that I’ve recently rediscovered. I can’t say I was a huge fan of his work when I was a kid, I mean I read Where The Sidewalk Ends and thoroughly enjoyed The Giving Tree but I didn’t really appreciate what he was trying to say until recently.This was largely in part to the fact that by the time he died I hadn’t yet learned to read. 236 more words

A Light On In The Attic

Monthly Writing Challenge: Favorite Childhood Book

31 Day Blog Challenge:  Day 17 ~ Favorite Childhood Book

This is an easy one.  My favorite childhood book is, “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.  58 more words

Blogging

Eureka! 5 Quotes to Inspiration

Lately I have been working on self-improvement. In the process I have been stumbling upon some really mind engaging quotes. I decided to start a new journal where I write down quotes that I aspire to or want to live by. 535 more words

Daily Musings

A real Giving Tree

Adults and youngsters alike are tearing up in response to this beautiful tribute to Shel Silverstein’s children’s book masterpiece The Giving Tree.

Phoebe Calef posted a photo of her real-life Giving Tree in Oakland, California on Instagram a week ago. 249 more words

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A Monster Calls: Patrick Ness - Book Review

Note: All the contents below do not belong to the owner of this site and is being used for college, and non commercial work only. The real author of this work can be found… 778 more words

Book Review

Never See A Unicorn

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Today’s photo-lyric is inspired by St. Patrick’s Day.  One popular Irish song, drinking or otherwise, is “The Unicorn Song”, which offers up one explanation for why “You’ll never see a unicorn, to this very day”.  434 more words

Writing Prompt

“Underneath my outside face

There’s a face that none can see

A little less smiley,

A little less sure,

But a whole lot more like me.”

~Shel Silverstein, “Underface” (published 2011)

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