The power of the imagination is a magnificent thing. Here, whatever you imagine, you can make real.
How to Collect Words:
- Look it up! See what the word means and learn how it’s pronounced.
- Write it down in your word collecting notebook.
- Try to use your new word in a sentence you write today.
- Try to use your new word in a conversation.
- Enjoy your new word and expanded vocabulary!
I had to admit, scared though I was, I was also quite curious about what a dragon’s lair would be like. Would I be permitted to see the great mound of gold on which he slept? Was the floor carpeted with the bones of fallen knights? Steeling myself, I cautiously preceded the dragon into his cave.
–Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George
In the land of Ingary where such things as seven-league boots and cloaks of invisibility really exist, it is quite a misfortune to be born the eldest of the three.
–Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones
I recently did something I’ve always dreamed of, and opened up an online storefront! If you share my love of literary allusions, an expressive wardrobe, and quotable moments, please consider dropping by.
A sneak preview of my August collection will be posted next week, so be sure to sign up for email updates at BumbleBess.com if you’d like to get the first look.