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Kay Thompson: From Funny Face to Eloise

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2012

    Thus book sucks

    This booj sukes more then abything

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2012

    Redtears story chapter 1.

    Missy stalked though the tall grass. Her nose twiched as she smalled a foul stench ahead. She saw what she had been stalking: a mouse. A large red monster roared by ruffleling her scarlet fur. Crubble crack click. The sound of her breakfast being poured in her bowl woke her. Her twoleg rubbed her back. Just the she liked it. She ate the tasteless crunchy food. She pawed at the door to let her twoleg let her out. The door opened and she made her dirt and burrued it. She leaped on her fence and a mouse caught her eye. She leaped off the fence and stalked it. Soon a loud screeth made the mouse scurrie away and her freeze. A white tabby limped out whith a fluffy gold tom and a calico she by her sides. "Who are you?" The tabby growled. Missy saw she was hurt but could still win a battle. "I live over there." She flicked her tail toward her house. "I havin't seen you in the neiberhood before. Where do you live?" The calico said;" we arn't kittypets. Right Goldpaw? Right Moonstar? She asked them. "Goldpaw? Moonstar? I want to go with you to see where you live." "You can join us tomorw. If you deside to come here at sun-high." The tabby called Moonstar said. By Butterflykit. (Dragonstars asleep) should I write more?

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  • Posted July 25, 2011

    Kay Thompson

    The marvelous Kay Thompson writes so many adorable books about the one and only Eloise. When i was smaller and went to first grade,i used to sign "Eloise" on all my schoolwork. And the first big book i ever wanted was an Eloise book. So, for christmas i got the Eloise book from my parents and dad sat down in his big leather chair and read tome on his lap.Ever since then, we had every possible Eloise book and movie there was. We had a pug, though dad did not want to name it after Eloise's so we named it Ellen.

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