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Posts tagged reading.
— Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar (via perfect)
Today our school got a new animal alphabet puzzle to use when teaching phonics. There’s A alligator, E elephant, L lion… and then there’s N, W, and X … which none of us teachers have ANY idea about. Do you recognize these creatures?! What on earth are these things?! —The letter U is unicorn… so it’s possible these aren’t all real animals… riiiight?!
(The only antlered w mammals I know are wildebeest and the white tailed deer. But neither of those look like that thing.)
Are Books Bad?
— Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
"Yet somehow she felt calmer than she ever had at Harrenhal."
George R. R. Martin, A Storm of Swords. Not entirely sure how to interpret that. Any thoughts?
That’s really difficult to answer since I’ve been reading voraciously since age four. However, with that in mind, I can be quite sentimental about books. I’m loyal. The first chapter books I ever read on my own were The Chronicles of Narnia (which is where my lion love comes from), so I’d have to say they are my favorite! <3
Sir Oscar Wilde and Charles Dickens action figures, complete with accessories.
Found these in Baltimore… SO MUCH WANT!