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Snoopy is openly generous with the affections obvious. Snoopy is Snappy. He is ready to share his euphoric experiences with everyone. Snoopy won the hearts of America first and then he shared it with the [More]
Oh, wow! When you get to thinking about it there are a lot of closures laying around that we could be using. Merrily yours, Resourcefully yours, Obligingly yours, Insistingly yours, Perishingly yours, Alternately yours, with [More]
Squirrel Wars written by Jane Finch and illustrated by Frank Thomas SQUIRREL WARS Squirrel Wars tells the story of Rowan, a loveable and inquisitive young red squirrel, living with his family in the wilds of [More]
  Chapter 2 Thirty-five cents? I hope you saw that! It was a bargain. It was the first thing I looked for when I entered the drugstore, and then I slumped down and asked for [More]
I was a willful child. When I wanted to do something, I did it, regardless of the consequences. The physical consequences of being willful in that family were very explosive. Daddy was determined I would [More]
I’ve always thought better when I was moving. I always move better when I’m thinking. There is a moral or two locked up in those observations. As a child when my environment became too violent [More]
The British had different way of looking at things. The American militia was not playing fair! “We need more soldiers if we are to beat the American militia,” seemed to be the rallying cry of [More]
I have listened to many stories of Robert E. Lee in the first 65 years of my life. I’ve rewritten two books for other authors. He and Stonewall Jackson were as real to me as [More]
Walt Disney corraled some superb talent and managed to hang onto them by latching onto some wonderful scripts they could grow into.
The theory of evolution is often trotted out by amateurs and used to bridge the indigenous gaps back to what is called the Stone Age, as if its weapons and utensils were simplistic at its [More]