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Genres of Literature – Fables

Originally posted on Mandy Eve-Barnett's Blog for Readers & Writers:
A Fable is a story about supernatural or extraordinary people usually in the form of narration that demonstrates a useful truth. In Fables, animals often speak as humans that are legendary…

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Proof That There Are Reindeer, and Santa Has a Sleigh

Christmas Memory Yes, there are reindeer, and Santa has a sleigh. On Christmas mornings, the hot chocolate, cookies, and carrots we left by the tree were always consumed, with cookie and carrot crumbs remaining as if the snacks had been … Continue reading

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Day 13: Today’s Christmas Song

Still my favourite Christmas Flash Mob: Halleluja Chorus by Alphabet Photography Inc. The food court reminds me of what Bonnie Doon Mall in Edmonton used to look like. This was our closest mall, where we shopped and where the kids … Continue reading

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Mark My Words

This is Mark. He likes to do his hair like Uncle Michael. This is Uncle Michael. Through no fault of his own, he is a role model. Michael is the youngest of four siblings. At the tender age of 13, … Continue reading

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