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I love those books, where you have to search hard for the moral. It really makes you think, and at then end, you understand the story and see they true beauty in it. Your story was beautiful. And I really loved the moral. Oh, and by the way, I finished Antoinette of Pleut Avenue Chapter 2. It ought to become public in a few days, but just in case, I wanted to give you a story response. And a link, because I've had experiences with story responses and they take forever to show up.:)http://storybird.com/books/antoinette-of-pleut-chapter-2/
luminiere: Thanks! And, thanks again, for finishing my tag game! I'll be sure to check it out soon!
Really nice story! I like those mornings. :)I noticed you asked about judging. Right now just enjoy reading all the stories. Either on paper or word on the computer, put the 3 different age groups. Then you can write down your favorite stories for each age group. Then the day after the deadline check for any last minute stories that were entered by the 6th. Then you will pick your 3 favorite stories for each age group. For instance kids 6-12 your favorite story you will put by winner, then your second and third favorite will come in second and third place.When you have decided on your 3 favorite stories for each age group, you write your choices in an email and send it to storybird at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then you wait while lala tallies them up and announces the winners. :)
Wow!! I LOVE this book!!! All what Lumi said^^^^^^^Love your books!!!
figment68: Thank you so much! I remembered something about the storybird blog, but I never found the link to it on the blog. Again, thanks!Luckyboy22: Thanks! I love your books too!
lol i luv it and agree with them ^^^^^^^
Just reading it I could picture the fresh of day...:)Beautiful
AwesomePink15: Thanks!Nele: Thank you! It was just such a beautiful morning I had to get it down on paper. Or...Computer screen. :) Anyway, Every time I'd go for the Summer, I would have these mornings every day, and I loved it.. That's why it's such a wonderful thing when it happens. :)
Like the picture and it great!!!!!!!!
A quick story about the greatest thing in life, with a moral wedged in there, somewhere. :)