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Monday, April 29, 2013

Y is for YOU


"You see," she said, putting some of them into a large grinder. "Now listen." And she took a pinch of the invisible powder and threw it into the air with a "BOOM, BOOM, BOOM, BOOM."

HINT: A handclap looks like a single sheet of clean white paper. Laughter looks like a thousand tiny brightly colored bubbles. And music is woven in looms to create tapestries, rugs, bolts of cloth, and brightly colored handkerchiefs.

Tomorrow is the day you get to GUESS. And I'll share the WHOLE passage, too! It's from pages 150-155.  The book

4 comments:

  1. The visuals I see for that powder are incredible. The powder left a purple haze in its place and...
    I don't know what actually comes next, but I bet it's good!

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    1. You'll just have to read the book to find out! (Or watch the movie - IF you can find it.)

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    1. And here is the big confession, my deep, dark secret: I haven't even read the book. CRAZY!!! But I still love it anyway. How can I not love the Soundkeeper and Milo?! It's on my "to read" list, for sure!

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