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Eggs
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Day 6 - Finished:

Hard Gold…4⭐️
Ties that Bind, Ties that Break…4⭐️
Fatal Fault…5⭐️
Collapse and Chaos…5⭐️

#NovelNovember #Readathon @Andrew65

Andrew65 What a brilliant day 👏👏👏 2w
Eggs Thank you 🙏🏻🥰📚 @Andrew65 2w
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Gissy
Running Scared | Elizabeth Lowell
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#Scarathlon2022 #TeamMonsterMash

#ScarathlonDailyPrompt #16 scared

(Photo is from those horror painting videos😳love them☺️)

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Total= 6 points

@Staycurious

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WineAuntKK

“In that case, is your name Rumpelstiltskin?“ “The devil told you that! The Devil told you that !“ shrieked Rumpelstiltskin. And in a fury he jumped on his cooking spoon and flew out the window.

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WineAuntKK

Fantastic retelling of a classic folktale with beautiful oil painting illustrations.

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WineAuntKK
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1987 Caldecott Honor book published in 1986. Illustrated in oil painting by Paul O. Zelinsky. This is retelling of the classic tale of Rumpelstiltskin based off the original folktale by the Grimm brothers. The illustrations bring you into the tale and take you back to the period of the story. Overall, wonderful retelling of this classic tale.

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Megbert
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All Our Shimmering Skies is Trent Daltons second book and left me clasping it in silence at the end. A rich and magical fable that describes west coast Australian desert as some kind of mythical Avatar-esque jungle. Very much thé héros journey for a 12 year old gravediggers daughter, spellbinding, terrifying and richly woven. Incredibly visual and I hope we‘ll get to see it on the big screen sometime soon. Def one of my favs ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Madison91
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Pickpick

I didn‘t expect to like this so much, however I never had any clue where this was going

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Madison91
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May reads super early! Looks like I‘ll be through my TBR in no time. And allowed to buy books again 😅

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Emily92Bibliophile
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The Traditional Tales blog review posts are in! These were fun to read and analyze, and I really enjoyed the Traditional Tales genre. Head to the links below in the comments to read my critical analysis for each of the three books ⬇️ For those of y‘all who have visited my Children‘s book blog already… THANKS!!💙💙 I have never done a blog before and I love being able to review kids books for my masters of library science grad class 📚🎓

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ashsbookmarks

Black, white, and GOLD! 🤩
#inlove #gold