Blankets Quotes

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Laurie Halse Anderson
“I don't just use yarn from a store. I buy old sweaters from consignment shops. The older the better, and unravel them. There are countries of women in this scarf/shawl/blanket. Soon it will be big enough to keep me warm. ”
Laurie Halse Anderson, Wintergirls

Roshani Chokshi
“Maybe that's why superheroes wore capes. Maybe they weren't capes at all, but safety blankets, like the one Aru kept at the bottom of her bed and pulled up under her chin before she went to sleep. Maybe superheroes just tied their blankies around their necks so they'd have a little bit of comfort wherever they went. Because honestly? Saving the world was scary. No harm admitting that.”
Roshani Chokshi, Aru Shah and the End of Time

Craig Thompson
“Pressed against her I can hear eternity -- hollow, lonely spaces and currents that churn ceaselessly, and the fallen snow welcomes the falling snow with a whispered "Hush".”
Craig Thompson, Blankets

Angie Sage
“Been having a fight with your blankets, Septimus?" A familiar voice echoed down the chimney. "Looks like you lost," the voice continued with a chuckle. "Not wise to take on a pair of blankets, lad. One, maybe, but two blankets always gang up on you. Vicious things, blankets. ”
Angie Sage, Physik

Jessica Shirvington
Thanks for giving me a place to sleep last night,
and for the extra blanket.
Vi.

-Violet's note to Lincoln”
Jessica Shirvington, Emblaze

L.M. Montgomery
“I like to hear a storm at night. It is so cosy to snuggle down among the blankets and feel that it can't get at you.”
L.M. Montgomery

Avijeet Das
“We will read books together inside the blanket and stay warm. And keep writing poetry in our respective journals. Time will fly but we will still remain inside the blanket forever.”
Avijeet Das

Nathan Reese Maher
“There’s nothing wrong with you at all. Sometimes people say or do things that are mean because there's something the matter with them. With Lydia, it seems there’s always something wrong with her.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Patches don’t look it, but when attached to your soul they can get pretty heavy. They go over the holes in your soul, like when you patch a sock. When you have a hole in your soul, it’s because you’re hurting from something. I don’t know if you noticed, but that girl had a lot of holes.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“The shadow self is what lies beneath the makeup. It’s those ugly parts that you haven’t accepted about yourself. You hide those parts in the shadows until you’re ready.” Her face remained a haunting calm. “When you realize the scars are who you are, that there was nothing wrong with you and that you were beautiful all along - that’s when you decide to take the makeup off.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Because I am, just as you are you. We don’t always get to pick who we are, Shelly Wynn, but we can choose to celebrate it.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Soon, all the children were chanting it. “No school! No school!”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Somehow her hula hoop had cut into the driver’s side door like the vehicle was made of cheese.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“She could spin it between her legs, skip with it, twirl it around her neck and transfer it from one arm to the other. Shelly hooped because she enjoyed it; it calmed her whenever she would have an argument or a bad day at school, and it also allowed her to think. Today, she needed to hoop more than ever.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Shelly shook her head and made sure she had plenty of space so that she wouldn’t hit anything. As many times before, she kept the hoop close to her waist and then twirled it with small, tight bursts of speed. As the hoop gathered in momentum it started to give off a hum that soon took on a light blue illumination far brighter than the streetlamps. It was so bright, that it lit up the entire backyard.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“I’m afraid they’re not coming.” Abby said fearfully. “Our parents, our teachers – everyone! They’ve disappeared. That’s it. Lights out, Shelly. We’re on our own.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“It’s no big deal. It’s kind of like a tattoo. It won’t hurt, not too much, just a few stitches and it’ll be all over. It’s really interesting how it’s done. You won’t believe where your soul hides. Go on, take a guess. Where do you think it is?”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nathan Reese Maher
“Aloha Oukou. It looked like your soul was escaping so I put you in a tree.”
Nathan Reese Maher, Lights Out: Book 2

Nitya Prakash
“The worst thing about winters: Lost phone in fat blankets.”
Nitya Prakash