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    Children's books are by nature partisan.

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    For me, a good children's book is a good children's book is a good children's book.

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    Algunas familias son capaces de recorrer el mundo en bicicleta para formar una familia con una niña o niño que esté solo

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    I came to New York to see what I could see - that's from a children's book, isn't it? - and to find the living part.

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    I have a children's book already out and my autobiography.

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    ...She Let Him Just Sit There and Be Happy.

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    We be of one blood, ye and I

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    Be aware! Bad things can happen and the bigger they are, the greater the test. You can learn from them or pity yourself and focus on the negative, which will never get you out of the lesson, remember you hold the key!” Den the Wise Oak Tree, Meet the little people…An Enchanting Adventure

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    Älskade Lillebror, vad är det som har hänt", sa hon och slog armarna om honom. "Krister har kastat sten på mej", sa Lillebror argt. "Nej, vet nån vad", sa mamma, "en sån elak pojke! Varför kom du inte in och sa till mej?" Lillebror ryckte på axlarna. "Vad skulle det vara bra för? Du kan ju inte kasta sten. Du skulle inte kunna pricka rätt på en lagårdsvägg ens en gång." "Å, din lilla dumbom", sa mamma. "Inte tror du väl att jag tänkte kasta sten på Krister heller!" "Vad skulle du annars kasta", undrade Lillebror. "Det finns inget annat, åtminstone inget som är lika bra.

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    Always just a brainstorm away from our next disaster...

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    Be the best you can be for yourself!

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    Be Happy Be Kind Be Brave Be Strong

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    But now we knew. It was a good thing. All of Davey, in all his time upon the earth, was good.

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    Does the troll know he's got his head on back to front?

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    Children are not invited into this world, nor have a say. The least we can do is love and care for them all.

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    But the greatest ... and bestest ... and dearest of all, is the bird in our nest; and that's you!

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    Charlotte’s dirty dishes haunted her dreams that night. She was running down a dark tunnel and close behind her plates, cups, bowls and crumbs made threatening noises.

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    Children will remember their favorite book, but they will also remember their favorite lap.

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    Even if you can’t see any proof right now, you must believe. Sometimes, you must believe first before you can see!

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    Don’t worry the trolls don’t come to you. It’s your own darkness that leads you to the trolls.

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    For a long time, he tried to convince himself that he was content. For a long time, he tried to ignore another kind of hunger within him, a hunger that could never be satisfied no matter how much he ate.

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    Fawn and Gabriel stared at her in wonder, for only passionate dreams could ignite a timid soul.

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    For a princess, you are a singularly bloody-minded little thug

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    Every day, our kids are faced with obstacles in their way. As parents we need to teach them how to get up and Keep Going.

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    Growing inside comes from trusting what you believe in and keeping a smile, even when confronted with misery and trial.” Deetkatu, Meet the Little People…An Enchanting Adventure

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    For the sake of clarity, let it be known that this boy lives in a world that is quite different from your own... In this world, there are fireflies that can talk, there are flowers that can dance, and there are mysteries that cannot be understood by those who refuse to have an open heart.

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    Gubble was left standing in a puddle of black ink and blacker confusion.

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    He had always held on to his pain as though it were the biggest pain in all that world, but now, now he felt he could no longer hold on to it. His awareness of the boy’s pain somehow made him forget about his own.

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    I believe that children in this country need a more robust literary diet than they are getting. …It does not hurt them to read about good and evil, love and hate, life and death. Nor do I think they should read only about things that they understand. '…a man’s reach should exceed his grasp.' So should a child’s. For myself, I will never talk down to, or draw down to, children. (from the author's acceptance speech for the Caldecott award)

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    He knew that just by gazing at those flowers, something from within him started to live again.

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    How do you know, unless you open the door?

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    I am smart, I am brave, I can do just anything. I believe and I receive, right now faith is what I need

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    I know we can't do anything about those who couldn't even say they're sorry...but maybe...maybe we can do something about how we feel inside.

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    If a fairy makes a wish to leave the fairy cave, she must return to the cave every year and always on her birthday to live as a tiny fairy on that day. If she fails to obey the Fairy Queen’s Rules, she’ll turn to fairy dust, forever.

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    If something in the dark isn't right, all you need is a little light!

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    I know they were mean to me and to you, but helping them now is the right thing to do.

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    I love to help children's souls shine.

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    It has often been said that Christian Poles did nothing to help Jews during the war. Don't believe it. There were indeed those who turned their backs on the hounded, hungry people who came to them in desperation; there were others who did their little bit to help where they realistically could, often not without some risk to themselves; and there were those who were ready to risk their lives and to share their last meal with a fugitive. I don't believe that in these matters the Polish people in the last war were different from any others caught in a similar stranglehold. And what is more, the rescued have no right to assume that they would automatically become rescuers if roles were reversed. We simply don't know, any of us, how we would react until put to the test. And the not-knowing troubles me. You see, I don't believe as many people do that courage is a characteristic like optimism or generosity; I think of it more as a mood, like laughter or sadness, a child of the moment, which might come to any of us in certain circumstances - and desert us in others.

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    I’m not trying to con kids into optimism or false confidence. I really believe this stuff. My view of violence and victory in children’s stories hinges entirely on my faith. Samson lost his eyes and died … but he has new eyes in the resurrection. Israel was enslaved in Egypt, but God sent a wizard far more powerful than Gandalf to save His people. Christ took the world’s darkness on his shoulders and died in agony. But then … Easter. In the end, good wins. Always.

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    I'm never going to have a crush on a girl," he promised himself. "It makes you look like a sick sheep.

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    It is said that long ago a humble warrior defeated death, giving hope to mankind.

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    It’s amazing how something beautiful can suddenly change the way you feel, how it can comfort you and heal you and give you peace.

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    It seemed to Fawn, some people were worth standing up for, no matter how odd or peculiar they may be, because in the end, virtue is all that matters

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    It was like being able to breathe again, as though he has forgotten how. It was like being able to believe that light still exists, and because it does, maybe he could still believe in hope. Maybe he could still find a way.

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    It’s exciting to watch young children read poetry for the first time. You can sense the wheels turning and you just know their brain is doing this wonderful thing called learning. It’s magical!

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    It’s true; I have never been abandoned by my best friend. Even so, I think no one is really exempt from being hurt. I was hurt, too...and you may not know how I felt like...how it felt like...to be abandoned by your own mother.

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    Kid's books should be just as good as any other books. No. They should be held to a *higher* standard than other literature for the same reason that we take extra care with children's food.

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    I wanted to try and create a story which follows a journey that could be enjoyed by parents and children together

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    I wasn’t getting along with Trouble and for good reason. He strolled over and made a snide remark. “Patches,” he meowed, “why do you look so worried? Has Santa got you on the Naughty List this year? Oh, look, someone left some muddy shoes by the back door. Meowr.” “GRmpf.” I snarled. “Oh. And is this a Patch-of-mud on the doormat?” mewed Trouble. “Look, Cat,” I said, “My status with Santa is a private affair. Someone with a name like yours shouldn’t be pointing paws!” “That’s so. That’s so,” he purred. “Pointing paws usually lead to flying fur and the need for hair ex-ten-sions.” Trouble did say things that made sense sometimes, in a weird sort of way. (He was trying to mes-mer-ize me with those purrs, but it wouldn’t work). “Purr--cise-ly. Oh, uh-hum, I meant to say, pre-cise-ly,” I growled, “So let’s drop the subject.” Then he PURRED at me.

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    I will use my special sight! I will quiet myself right here and now and I will get the answer on what to do to and create my own way out of here!” Arthur, See the Little People…An Enchanting Adventure