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Frog and Toad and the Self: How Arnold Lobel's Books Taught Millennials to Cherish Their Individuality - The Atlantic
I loved all of these, but more than anything else, I loved Owl at Home. It's years since I've read "Tear-water Tea", but I can still remember Owl's list of sad things, and they still make me sad. But they were good books about being a person, and sometimes being quiet, and it all being OK.
frogandtoad  owl  arnoldlobel  books  children  writing 
may 2016 by infovore

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