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Quote of the Day – Odd and the Frost Giants

Quote of the Day

There was a boy called Odd, and there was nothing strange or unusual about that, not in that time or place. Odd meant the tip of a blade, and it was a lucky name.

Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman

Quote of the Day – No Flying in the House

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"When no one was looking, Annabel tried flying again, being very careful only to jump off low places. She used all the magic words she knew and even made up some. She kissed her elbows, waving them in the air like wings, but she couldn't fly." —NO FLYING IN THE HOUSE by Betty Brock

No flying in the house by Betty Brock

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Quote of the Day – Liar & Spy

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Everyone in my class, even Bob English Who Draws is paying attention today, because this is the first day of “How We Taste,” also known as The Science Unit of Destiny.

Liar & Spy by Rebecca Stead

Quote of the Day – My Life as A Potato

Quote of the Day
"Out of all the mascot options—the Cougars, the Eagles, the Saper-Toothed Tigers—my new school just had to be the Spuds. This crosses a line. At my old school, we were the Wildcats, ferocious and intimidating. All a potato can scar is... well, me, I guess. —MY LIFE AS A POTATO by Arianne Costner

My Life as A Potato by Arianne Costner

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Quote of the Day – Howl’s Moving Castle

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Sophie of course knew the hat trade quite well already. Since she was a tiny child she had run in and out of the big workshed across the yard where the hats were damped and molded on blocks, and flowers and fruit and other trimmings were made from wax and silk.

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

Quote of the Day – The Color of My Words

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THE COLOR OF MY WORDS by Lynn Joseph

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Quote of the Day – The Fish in Room 11

Quote of the Day

Toby would have loved living in a hotel—had he been allowed to slide down the banisters, sleep in a different bed every night, and hang around in the kitchen waiting to lick out the cake bowl. But of course he wasn’t allowed to do any of those things.

The Fish in Room 11 by Heather Dyer

Quote of the Day – The Wizard of Oz

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THE WIZARD OF OZ by L. Frank Baum

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Quote of the Day – The Best at It

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I look around the room. Boys, boys, boys everywhere. Boys with perfect smiles. Boys with hair gelled up into flawless little spikes. Boys waving headshots in each other’s faces. None of them looks anywhere near as nervous as I feel.

The Best at It by Maulik Pancholy

Quote of the Day – Holes

Quote of the Day
“A lot of people don’t believe in curses. A lot of people don’t believe in yellow-spotted lizards either, but if one bites you, it doesn’t make a difference whether you believe in it or not.” –HOLES by Louis Sachar

HOLES by Louis Sachar

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