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In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak
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May 13, 2009

bookshelves: learning-to-read, to-read
Read in January, 2009

Brontë: My favourite part was that he finded a way to get out of there, and he gone to sleep is my favourite, favourite, favourite one. And, um, and I love that there was a cake for everyone in the morning. And I like that he had a banana...just kidding...[giggles:]banana slice[more giggles:]. And I love that he got the milk for the bakers. That was really nice. And I love that he really had a piece of the cake. If he did in the real story.

Papa: What do you mean the "real story"?

Brontë: I mean the real big boy book. The real book not the little book. I want to say something that I hate. What I hate is, um, I hate that...I really, really, really, really, really hate that the guys were mean and saw the little boy and thought that he was back in the cake. And that's done.
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Manny Miloš and Brontë, I loved your review! Please write some more!

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