Wednesday, June 18, 2014
"Thank you for telling us to fallow our dremes"
"I'm writing my own book called, "The Mystery on Ridge Street", I'm on chapter 5, The Mist."
""I imagine it was hard making book with waht evar you named yer book.
"My favorite book was your second book that you made for us to read."
"I think that you taught us a lot of tuff about how to make books. I have one of your books that you made."
"Thank you for telling my class and I about your books. In fact, one of my class mates bought your book."
"It is cool how you made your books and I would really want to read your books."
"I make better illustrations because I listened to you."
"I really enjoy your novels, I am going to save up my alowance so I can buy your novels. The idea of a flying tiger is so creative. When I grow up maybe I can make a movie about your book if that's ok with you."
"I would love to read your books and I want to be a singer."
Thank you for coming to Spring Arts Day. I allways whonted to be an illustrator and now I know how hard it is to be a illustrator. "
I think your the best substitute teacher in the world.! I mean, we're both writers so I love hearing about your books and reading them! Oh, and I have great news for you! remember, "Duffy Barkley is not a Dog"? Well, I'm writing a story with the same Oz/Narnia concept. It's called "the Adventures of Nina and Lilly 1# Portal in the Mountain side" It's basically about talking mountain lion named Nina, and her hymn best friendLilly going on all these adventures but something always goes wrong. Happy Book Making!"
"Dear Mrs. Goode,
I had a majestic time with you. I've never herd any stories like yours'. You're Oregon Trail Story is like fiction in descise, (disguise) You have a really good amagination.'