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#1. Believe in your dreams for that is what makes you magical. - Author: Deborah Sue Crews
Children S Fiction quotes by Deborah Sue Crews
#2. Sir, I've known him ever since he was born! We've played snowball, and built snow-houses together, which are called igloos, and once, when one of Santa's reindeer was sick on Christmas Eve, Snow Bear stepped in to help with the presents, and load them on the sleigh - he's very kind, and clever, and strong, you know. - Author: Suzy Davies
Children S Fiction quotes by Suzy Davies
#3. Themes that are "too large for adult fiction can only be dealt with adequately in a children's book" - Philip Pullman
(Hunt and Lenz, 2001, p. 122 as cited by Hunt, 2005, p. 204) - Author: Philip Pullman
Children S Fiction quotes by Philip Pullman
#4. They must be looking everywhere for you," said Tawny, stretching out her wings to their full span - which was very far indeed!
It seemed to Luna that Tawny was saying that Maria was looking for her across the whole wide world.
"Luna The Moon Pig, The Pig Who Hid - Author: Suzy Davies
Children S Fiction quotes by Suzy  Davies
#5. It was high tide, and the sound of the waves
coming in sounded like the breath of an enormous dinosaur.
Round the lighthouse, on the opposite side to Snugs' room, Mr andMrs Merryweather put down the blinds, and blew out the candle. They
were very tired, and tomorrow was Christmas Eve on The Isle of Wight. - Author: Suzy Davies
Children S Fiction quotes by Suzy Davies
#6. I had never fully understood our tradition- why women wailed so loudly and for so long after someone died. It was only now I realized that women wailed more on account of everything they never had a chance to say. All the questions they never asked. All the times we never really talked about the things that mattered most.
It was the one time that women could be angry. Be loud. Say anything. Yell. Purge the soul. And no one thought less of them. Everyone expected it. - Author: Eucabeth A. Odhiambo
Children S Fiction quotes by Eucabeth A. Odhiambo
#7. A happy childhood can fortify one against the ravages of life, and part of that happiness is found in books, which become our constant companions for the rest of our lives. - Author: Suzy Davies
Children S Fiction quotes by Suzy Davies
#8. Kindness is not something you are born with; it's a way in which you choose to be. - Author: Lisa Kaye Presley
Children S Fiction quotes by Lisa Kaye Presley
#9. He was just about to turn the light off, when there was a heavy, "Tappety, tap, tappety, tap," on the door. It was the kind of loud sound that could only be made with a hoof. A moose's hoof, that is. - Author: Suzy Davies
Children S Fiction quotes by Suzy Davies
#10. I'm unhappy doing just mole stuff. What's wrong with me? Why couldn't I look forward to digging my own burrow? - Author: Mary T. Kincaid
Children S Fiction quotes by Mary T. Kincaid
#11. I hope, that in the days, and weeks, and years to come, the question of where the dividing lines between adult and children's fiction really are, and why they blur so, and whether we truly need them - and who, ultimately, books are for - will rise up in your mind when you least expect it to, and vex you, as you also are unable, in an entirely satisfactory manner, to answer it. - Author: Neil Gaiman
Children S Fiction quotes by Neil Gaiman
#12. Bookworms aren't people who love to read. They are people who treat books as treasures. Anonymous - Author: Bette A. Stevens
Children S Fiction quotes by Bette A. Stevens
#13. But the writing we call children's fiction is not a childish thing: childish things include picking your nose and eating the contents, and tantruming at the failure to get your own way. The 45th President of America is childish. Children's fiction has childhood at its heart, which is not the same thing. - Author: Katherine Rundell
Children S Fiction quotes by Katherine Rundell
#14. I WANNA CONQUER THE WORLD... or at least the tri-state area. - Author: Disney's Phineas And Ferb
Children S Fiction quotes by Disney's Phineas And Ferb
#15. (Text Message)
Lillay/Me Being Held Hostage
Mer Dude Does Not
No A Thing About Texting - Author: C.H. Garbutt
Children S Fiction quotes by C.H. Garbutt
#16. Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat is a picture book meritable of every child reader, whether he or she is just a beginner, or a bit more advanced. ("Reviews by Cat Ellington: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1," 2018) - Author: Cat Ellington
Children S Fiction quotes by Cat Ellington
#17. Roaring is never a voice for indoors. Roaring sounds better when done outdoors! - Author: Lorraine Loria
Children S Fiction quotes by Lorraine Loria
#18. The English Language Amendment says above all, 'Let's see to it that our children, our young people, learn English. Let us not deny them the opportunity to participate in American life, so that they can go as far as their dreams and talents can take them. - Author: S.I. Hayakawa
Children S Fiction quotes by S.I. Hayakawa
#19. Regress towards progress - Dr Wannamaker - Author: Lauren Bradshaw
Children S Fiction quotes by Lauren Bradshaw
#20. It is our solemn duty, our precious privilege-even our sacred opportunity-to welcome to our homes and to our hearts the children who grace our lives. - Author: Thomas S. Monson
Children S Fiction quotes by Thomas S. Monson
#21. Have times really changed? Don't we today, as always, love our children and want them to live righteously? Don't we today, as always, need God's divine protecting care? Don't we today, as always, continue to be at his mercy and in his debt for the very life he has given us? - Author: Thomas S. Monson
Children S Fiction quotes by Thomas S. Monson
#22. KIDS. They know a BRIBE when they see one. They want a PARENT, not a PAY-OFF. They don't care if you're Jack-King-Rodeo or Mister-You-Own-New-York. All they understand is time spent WITH YOU or WITHOUT YOU. It's that SIMPLE. - Author: Carew Papritz
Children S Fiction quotes by Carew Papritz
#23. She was as lovely sleeping as she was dripping in sensuality at the fundraiser - Author: Kailin Gow
Children S Fiction quotes by Kailin Gow
#24. The races are like America's children. White people are the firstborn, so they were Dad's favorite. Black people are the second kids, the abused ones, so they still hate Dad. Latinos are the third, caught in the middle and always trying to make peace between the other siblings. Asians are the youngest, and get good marks in school, but basically are just trying to keep their heads down and not get involved. And Native Americans are the old uncle who owns a house and everyone else in the family was like, "He's not using that! Let's move in! - Author: Colin Quinn
Children S Fiction quotes by Colin Quinn
#25. Be proud of your child, accept him as he is and do not heed the words and stares of those who know no better. This child has a meaning for you and for all children. You will find a joy you cannot now suspect in fulfilling his life for and with him. - Author: Pearl S. Buck
Children S Fiction quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#26. Your body is the child of your soul. - Author: B.K.S. Iyengar
Children S Fiction quotes by B.K.S. Iyengar
#27. Look at this, Grace," Peg's e-mail said. "He's entrancing those people. I just realized. Taking them out of themselves. Ty is sort of like a medicine man. A shaman.
P.S. Have you called him? - Author: Shelle Sumners
Children S Fiction quotes by Shelle Sumners
#28. We create our work for children not because they're "cute," but because they're human beings, deserving of respect. - Author: Mo Willems
Children S Fiction quotes by Mo Willems
#29. My famous quote comes from my Storybook for Children Titled "Where's the Soda Tub"? Author Migdalia Torres

We are Bears, We are not suppose to be afraid of the Dark and Dangerous Woods - Author: Migdalia Torres
Children S Fiction quotes by Migdalia Torres
#30. More than this, I believe that the only lastingly important form of writing is writing for children. It is writing that is carried in the reader's heart for a lifetime; it is writing that speaks to the future. - Author: Sonya Hartnett
Children S Fiction quotes by Sonya Hartnett
#31. Being childfree does not mean we don't like children; it means we don't care to have children of our own. We just want people to accept that: It's okay to be different, and not everyone has to have kids to be fulfilled. I do know some people get so much joy out of their kids. I see it in my friends who have kids. And I don't envy that, because I feel like I have so much joy in my own life. I appreciate theirs, and more power to them, but we have our own. This is our way of having joy. - Author: Laura S. Scott
Children S Fiction quotes by Laura S. Scott
#32. Is anyone in the U.S. innocent? Although those at the very pinnacle of the economic pyramid gain the most, millions of us depend - either directly or indirectly - on the exploitation of the LDCs for our livelihoods. The resources and cheap labor that feed nearly all our businesses come from places like Indonesia, and very little ever makes its way back. The loans of foreign aid ensure that today's children and their grandchildren will be held hostage. They will have to allow our corporations to ravage their natural resources and will have to forego education, health, and other social services merely to pay us back. The fact that our own companies already received most of this money to build the power plants, airports, and industrial parks does not factor into this formula. Does the excuse that most Americans are unaware of this constitute innocence? Uninformed and intentionally misinformed, yes - but innocent? - Author: John Perkins
Children S Fiction quotes by John Perkins
#33. Far from being freaks, the Hell's Angels are a logical product of the culture that now claims to be shocked at their existence. The generation represented by the editors of Time has lived so long in a world full of Celluloid outlaws hustling toothpaste and hair oil that it is no longer capable of confronting the real thing. For twenty years they have sat with their children and watched yesterday's outlaws raise hell with yesterday's world ... and now they are bringing up children who think Jesse James is a television character. This is the generation that went to war for Mom, God and Apple Butter, the American Way of Life. When they came back, they crowned Eisenhower and then retired to the giddy comfort of their TV parlors, to cultivate the subtleties of American history as seen by Hollywood. - Author: Hunter S. Thompson
Children S Fiction quotes by Hunter S. Thompson
#34. There's just got to be more to life than dresses, shoes, hair-dos, make-ups, selfies, big houses and the latest cars. Every individual must go on a hunt for something deeper, larger, eternal and fulfilling than these transcient things which will either degenerate or rot. There must be a desperate need in her to doggedly pursue her Creator to find that higher calling and divine purpose for which she was born. Otherwise even if she has ten children, she'll leave this earth more barren than she entered it, never really having birthed what all along she never knew she was pregnant with: Desitny. - Author: Theresa Pecku-Laryea
Children S Fiction quotes by Theresa Pecku-Laryea
#35. When Mary Lennox was sent to Misselthwaite Manor to live with her uncle everybody said she was the most disagreeable-looking child ever seen. It was true too ... she was as tyrannical and selfish a little pig as ever lived. - Author: Frances Hodgson Burnett
Children S Fiction quotes by Frances Hodgson Burnett
#36. The child begins to perceive the world not only through his [or her] eyes but also through his [or her] speech - Author: Lev S. Vygotsky
Children S Fiction quotes by Lev S. Vygotsky
#37. Woman must have her freedom, the fundamental freedom of choosing whether or not she will be a mother and how many children she will have. Regardless of what man's attitude may be, that problem is hers - and before it can be his, it is hers alone. She goes through the vale of death alone, each time a babe is born. As it is the right neither of man nor the state to coerce her into this ordeal, so it is her right to decide whether she will endure it. - Author: Margaret Sanger
Children S Fiction quotes by Margaret Sanger
#38. 35 million people in the U.S. are hungry or don't know where their next meal is coming from, and 13 million of them are children. If another country were doing this to our children, we'd be at war. - Author: Jeff Bridges
Children S Fiction quotes by Jeff Bridges
#39. We need to talk," he insisted, opening the door to his jeep that was parked next to my car. I was still holding out hope this would end and I would see his smile soon.
"What's wrong?" I retaliated before I go in.
"There's something you need to know, something I haven't told you," he said, taking my backpack from me. - Author: S.G. Holster
Children S Fiction quotes by S.G. Holster
#40. It isn't what you leave your children but how you leave them. - Author: Milton S. Hershey
Children S Fiction quotes by Milton S. Hershey
#41. What better hiding place than an old, woodlice-ridden album of photographs! - Author: Renita D'Silva
Children S Fiction quotes by Renita D'Silva
#42. Her bosom filled the jacket like a pair of boxing gloves stuck inside it. - Author: Walter Kaylin
Children S Fiction quotes by Walter Kaylin
#43. You can get in a lot of trouble mixing up words or just not knowing how to spell them. If we ever get out of here, I'm going to make sure to learn all about them. - Author: Norton Juster
Children S Fiction quotes by Norton Juster
#44. Sometimes, instructing children in the old days, he had been asked by some black lozenge-eyed Indian child, What is God like? and he would answer facilely with references to the father and the mother, or perhaps more ambitiously he would include brother and sister and try to give some idea of all loves and relationships combined in an immense and yet personal passion....But at the centre of his own faith there always stood the convincing mystery - that we were made in God's image. God was the parent, but He was also the policeman, the criminal, the priest, the maniac, and the judge. Something resembling God dangled from the gibbet or went into odd attitudes before bullets in a prison yard or contorted itself like a camel in the attitude of sex. He would sit in the confessional and hear the complicated dirty ingenuities which God's image had thought out, and God's image shook now, up and down on the mule's back, with the yellow teeth sticking out over the lower lip, and god's image did its despairing act of rebellion with Maria in the hut among the rats. He said, Do you feel better now? Not so cold, eh? Or so hot? and pressed his hand with a kind of driven tenderness upon the shoulders of God's image.

Such a lot of beauty. Saints talk about the beauty of suffering. Well, we are not saints, you and I. Suffering to us is just ugly. Stench and crowding and pain. That is beautiful in that corner - to them. It needs a lot of learning to see things with a saint's eye: a s - Author: Graham Greene
Children S Fiction quotes by Graham Greene
#45. Fantasy is storytelling with the beguiling power to transform the impossible into the imaginable, and to reveal our own "real" world in a fresh and truth-bearing light. - Author: Leonard S. Marcus
Children S Fiction quotes by Leonard S. Marcus
#46. I think that most of the children's writers live in the world that they've created, and their children are kind of phantoms that wander around the edge of it in the world, but actually the children's writers are the children. - Author: A.S. Byatt
Children S Fiction quotes by A.S. Byatt
#47. The oft-heard comment that Leonardo [da Vinci]'s genius managed to transcend the culture of his time is amply justified. But his was not a science-fiction voyage into the future as much as a plunge into the past. - Author: Lucio Russo
Children S Fiction quotes by Lucio Russo
#48. True Courage is when you are afraid of something but go through with it anyway - Author: Victor Castelo
Children S Fiction quotes by Victor Castelo

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