A moral story warning children against repeating bad things that they hear about others.
“I am going to tell you about the little bird Elizabeth has.”
Introducing a 20th century children’s book author behind an upcoming project.
“Thirty days hath September, / April, June, and November…”
Reviewing a Pokémon novel/strategy guide from 1999.
“Bertie may not become a great artist, but his sisters evidently regard him as a little genius.”
〜A mysterious path that appears only in the Brooklyn Bridge’s Dark Hour〜
〜A $15 audio book version if a picture book is one idea that should have never left the bench〜
〜A selection of lovely nineteenth century children’s stories and poems, with many about people and animals〜
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〜”I love thee as I love the flowers, / The sunlight and the spring”〜
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