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#fable
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erzascarletbookgasm
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“I wish that I could fly
Into the sky
So very high..

Just like a dragonfly,
I'd fly above the trees
Over the seas in all degrees
To anywhere I please.

Oh I want to get away
I want to fly away
Yeah yeah yeah”

#WanderingJune #flyaway

Cinfhen This sounds lovely 1w
Cathythoughts This makes me smile ♥️ 1w
BarbaraBB 💕 1w
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julesG
Princess and the Pea | Hans Christian Anderson
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julesG Six blankets on the back of the sofa, BTW. 3w
Ms_T 😻 3w
Crazeedi This is a perfect pic, why do kitties like piles? Don't know but it cracks me up! 😻😂 3w
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AmyG Awwww 💕 3w
Leftcoastzen I had a kitty that loved laundry, didn‘t matter if it was the dirty sort pile or warm and neatly folded.😻 3w
julesG @Leftcoastzen My sweet kitty only likes the laundry tub. She's peed into it several times already. It's her way of telling me she doesn't like the litter. 😁 3w
GingerAntics Aww someone is comfy. 3w
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erzascarletbookgasm
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These may look like simple fables of farm animals or pets but they raise up many philosophical subjects/themes like motherhood, friendship, survival, betrayal...warning on animal cruelty, though.

#30JuneBooks #underrated

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Dominyka
Pickpick

This is quite a life changing book. It is very short but very powerful story. I would say that it is a necessity for everybody to read it.

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BarkingMadRun
The Lion and the Mouse | Aesop, Jerry Pinkney
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ReadingOver50 Beautiful
1mo
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LeePeckover
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Picked completely and utterly at random. Anyone read it? Thoughts?

Tamra I haven‘t, but I love the cover! 1mo
Emilymdxn Confusing one for me. I gave it a so so at the time, but it‘s really stuck with me, so maybe that‘s the mark of it being a better book than I originally gave it credit for 1mo
LeePeckover I loved it! Kind of a children's book, but written with such tenderness and care that it could be enjoyed by anyone. Oddly paced at times, but I haven't stopped thinking of it since finishing it. 1mo
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whatshesreadingnow
The Alchemist | Paulo Coelho
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Miadolce
The Lion and the Mouse | Aesop, Jerry Pinkney

The illustrations are the most integral part of this book and are so realistic. This book would not be as impactful if the illustrations were average.

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Miadolce
The Lion and the Mouse | Aesop, Jerry Pinkney
Pickpick

This is a wordless adaptation of one of Aesop‘s fables. An unlikely pair, a lion and a mouse pair up to learn that no act of kindness ever is wasted. This teaches so many great lessons that would be so valuable to early childhood classrooms.

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Miadolce
The Ant and the Grasshopper | Rebecca Emberley, Ed Emberley

“As she lifted her head in hopes of the smallest of breezes to cool her blistering forehead, she hears a sound of wonderful, magical sound. Music.”