The wonder . . .
The joy . . .
that lies in-between
A word with meaning!
And then to your delight . . .
just by moving them around they could say countless different things . . .
Then you realize with wonder, by putting these magnificent words in different order, they become a story . . .
And bound together into a book could take you to places all over the world . . .
Actually even out of this world . . .
They could flood you with emotions . . .
And introduce you people and friends and characters too numerous to count.
*Note (story telling Tuesday kind of got behind this week).
I finished Nora Webster and was very pleased with this book. To me it was a beautifully written book about embracing your independence as a woman. A great reminder of how important it is to develop and share your inner talents and finding the courage to freely live your life to the fullest.
Now for my children’s book review. I would highly encourage all young and old alike to check this out . . .
“The Book with no pictures” It’s a most delightful and brilliant read, and one that will have every one, including yourself laughing during then enitre story. Talk about the meaning of WORDS.
This week I’m currently reading “Mrs. Queen Takes the Train” by Willian Kuhn.
As always my friends, thanks for dropping by. Have a wonderful day . . . Go check out a few new words which have been bound into a wonderful story book. And then share it with me.