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By Susan Jeffers
The Earth doesn't belong to us. We belong to the Earth. the good American Indian leader Seattle spoke those phrases over 100 years in the past. His remarkably appropriate message of admire for the Earth and each creature on it has continued the attempt of time and is imbued with ardour born of affection of the land and the surroundings. Illustrated by means of award-winning artist Susan Jeffers, the stirring pen-and-color drawings convey a wide range of local american citizens to existence whereas taking pictures the elegance of nature and the land. young children and fogeys alike will benefit from the undying, poignant message offered during this fantastically illustrated photograph book.
"Together, Seattle's phrases and Jeffers's photographs create a strong message; this considerate ebook merits to be reflected and adored via all." (Publishers Weekly )
Illustrated by means of Susan Jeffers.
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He said as soon as he saw me. "Sorry, I haven't thought of any proof yet, although I could tell you about some of my exploits. I'm sure the minstrels are singing about them already. For instance, there was the time that I—" "Never mind that now. I just have to talk to someone! " "Of course not! " "Whatever are you talking about? " the frog said, batting his eyelids at me. "Not in a million years! I told you you'd never guess it. " "You're kidding! I can't imagine anyone marrying Jorge. He's so in love with himself that there's no room for anyone else in the relationship.
I guffawed, I chortled, I wheezed. I laughed like I always do. Startled blackbirds took to the air as if hurled from a little boy's slingshot. A turtle basking in the sun scuttled off his rock and plopped into the water. The frog stared at me through narrowed eyes. "Are you sure you're a princess? " "I know," I said, wiping away tears. "My mother tells me that all the time. According to her, a princess's laughter should sound like the tinkling of a bell, not the bray of a donkey. I've told her that I can't help it.
I may not have been the happiest princess, but I don't want to spend the rest of my life as a frog! I can't believe this happened! At first I thought it was all a dream, but ... Say, where did you go, anyway? " Frog shrugged his smooth green shoulders. "When you kissed me and I didn't become my handsome, princely self again, I admit I was a little upset. It took a while before I noticed that you weren't around anymore, at least as a human. By the time I realized what must have happened, that dog was there and you were hopping around like a lunatic.