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Great-uncle Etienne (and Papa, as well) are such charming gentlemen! It breaks my heart already to anticipate what harm they (may) befall.
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
“does not want to decide. They visit Scotland, New York City, Santiago. More than once they put on winter coats and visit the moon. “Can’t you feel how lightweight we are, Marie? You can move by hardly twitching a muscle!” He sets her in his wheeled desk chair and pants as he whirls her in circles until she cannot laugh anymore for the pain of it.”
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The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey
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Life at a snail's pace

It's often unexpectedly surprising and energizing, especially taking its lessons and applying it to our lives. Tova Bailey does this gracefully and sometimes poetically. The treasure trove of insight and information never ceases
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Those HEXES I tell ya, always taking credit, but none of the blame. Shady!
The Wizard Returns by Danielle  Paige
“Of course, it was Iris who’d actually exposed the traitor. He could tell Lulu, but Iris was just a young hothead with no sense for politics. She wasn’t suited for Quentin’s position; really, he was doing her a favor, saving her from future embarrassment when she couldn’t handle the responsibility. And if defeating Quentin had been his test, surely this was his reward. He could always award Iris an extra banana allowance once he was officially made chancellor—he wasn’t heartless. Hex bowed politely. “Your Majesty, I’m honored. I’ll certainly consider your offer.” She nodded and tossed the banana peel over her shoulder; a guard hurried forward to catch it. “Now,” she said, “I must attend to my people.” With that, she swept out the door, a scatter of rhinestones sparkling in her wake and the guard trailing behind her.”
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Dorothy Must Die by Danielle  Paige
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Michael Ray Taylor
“It is not all bad. Hard as this may be for some cats to believe, it is in fact quite common that a kitten raised with a dog will develop an actual fondness for the animal, even going so far as to keep it as a trusted pet. With proper work and training, you too can mold any dog in the household into an enjoyable wrestling foil, an occasional warm bed, or at the very least an object of humor and entertainment.”
Michael Ray Taylor, The Cat Manual

Anita Amirrezvani
“Shamkhal and Majeed exchanged a glance of excitement and Majeed leapt up, his face glowing with triumph, to repeat what Ibrahim had said to another noble, and then he sped to the other side of the room to make sure the words traveled from man to man.”
Anita Amirrezvani, Equal of the Sun: A Novel

Michael Ray Taylor
“There are several tasks that humans cannot manage on their own. As their caretakers, it becomes incumbent upon cats to assist whenever humans attempt these activities: writing letters; doing homework; paying bills; typing on keyboards; ironing or folding clothes; making beds; unpacking anything that comes in a box; hanging holiday decorations; and unloading groceries. With all of these tasks, it is the cat’s obligation to be in the middle of the job — the sooner the better.”
Michael Ray Taylor, The Cat Manual

Michael Ray Taylor
“Remind your humans of the traditional value of the newspaper by helping them to read every time they sit down with one. If there are no newspapers available, shred mail, magazines, checkbooks and other documents to point out the value of stocking less permanent media in the feline household. If your computer skills are up to the task, preorder five years of home delivery of the Sunday New York Times. Now there’s a paper you can spend hours killing. Save the magazine and book review for enjoyment later in the week.”
Michael Ray Taylor, The Cat Manual

Elisabeth Tova Bailey
“sleeping and rising always with your shell! oh snail —KOBAYASHI ISSA (1763–1828)”
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