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I haven't even started one of the books, I'd better get my skates on.Got mine written. Ready to copy and paste!
I've written my review for "The Cat Who Saved Books", so it's also ready to cut and paste.Got mine written. Ready to copy and paste!
Glad you enjoyed it. I thought it was lovely too.Altogether, a lovely book for anyone who loves cats, or who just roots for the underdog.
I wish you would, as I think mine are all wrong.No, I won’t tell you what meanings I found, because yours are almost sure to be different, and I would not color them for you.
So glad you were able to join us this month. And even more glad that you enjoyed both books.I was more than happy that I was able to purchase both books this month. I would not have missed either for the world.
Oh, that's too bad you didn't enjoy the book.But the rest was only worth 1 star.
Definitely tons of quotable quotes in this book. I've never read "The Little Prince". Should I.As in the case of "The Little Prince", this book was filled with quotable quotes!
Oh... I missed that Tiger was a cat from a children's book. That probably changes my entire interpretation of the book.said Tiger, the cat, who the boy had first encountered in a book, read to him by his mother.
Yeah, think I was all wrong about that.It didn't occur to me that the cat may be his grandfather coming back as the cat to help, interesting idea. The personality is sure different than the grandfather was protrayed.
So many great quotable quotes. I almost feel like re-borrowing the e-book just to look for the quotes. But too many other books to read. and only so much time. .I enjoyed that this was a book with a lot of quotable quotes and ideas.
I think so. I still have my copy that my mom gave me back in the 70's (I think)Definitely tons of quotable quotes in this book. I've never read "The Little Prince". Should I.
I missed that too.Oh... I missed that Tiger was a cat from a children's book. That probably changes my entire interpretation of the book.
I'd like to hear meanings you found, Mamanyt1953 ! (By the way, I've wondered what your "handle" means, I've always said to myself "mama new york times.")The more often you read a haiku, the longer you look at an Ikebana arrangement, the more depth you perceive, the more multilayered they become, the deeper meaning you find within them. I plan to read this book several more times, and to take notes as I read and ponder. No, I won’t tell you what meanings I found, because yours are almost sure to be different, and I would not color them for you.
So thats where the name came from.. mystery solved.LOL, actually, when I lived in Chattanooga, I had two young friends who used to love to pick me up and go riding at night. Only at night, because we were all night owls. One night, I walked out to the car, and jokingly said, "Hello, children of the night! Mother Dark is here!" They shifted Mother Dark into Mama Night, and never called me anything else again! When I was thinking about a new screen name, I changed the spelling slightly, and kept the nickname.