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A Beginning, a Muddle, and an End by Avi
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Feb 24, 10

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Read in February, 2010

Avon the snail and Edward the ant comes to us again with another philosophical adventure.

Avon wants to write but he finds out its more difficult than he thought. After much deliberation he finally writes down the word “Something” but what should he write next. Edward is always there to lend some philosophical advice. Both friends find out that writing can take you on some interesting adventures.

This is what Edward had to say about writing:

"Write first. You can always figure out what you have written later."

"Never take shortcuts in your writing, but once you’ve written, its wise to make lots of shortcuts."

This delightful book contains many more funny advice on writing. I recommend it for any young aspiring writer and for the young at heart. A wonderful read.

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