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Welcome to Newsletter #87

A bunch of tales I wanted to share with you

A tale I read

Fear #87 by Fran Krause
[Fear #87 by Fran Krause]

A tale I heard

Ken Robinson on how kids just go for it:

"A few years ago I heard a wonderful story, which I’m very fond of telling. An elementary school teacher was giving a drawing class to a group of six-year-old children. At the back of the classroom sat a little girl who normally didn’t pay much attention in school. In the drawing class she did. For more than twenty minutes, the girl sat with her arms curled around her paper, totally absorbed in what she was doing. The teacher found this fascinating. Eventually, she asked the girl what she was drawing. Without looking up, the girl said, 'I’m drawing a picture of God.' Surprised, the teacher said, 'But nobody knows what God looks like.' The girl said, 'They will in a minute.'"  

A tale I saw

The Duck Song by Bryant Oden
[The Duck Song by Bryant Oden]

A tale I wrote

Anne Onion
was a horrid old lady,
that's no lie.

She'd say means things
and peel off her skin
just to make me cry.

A tail I like

[A tail I like]
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