Mark & Sofia lives near each other. They basically grew together and became best friends.
Bestie! , let’s read some books!
Here! I see the boy wooh lo-ved words
Really? Let us read! There are words at the back, bestie!
Okay then , besty!
Ohh! Let us see what we can read. Let us borrow the book and return tomorrow!
In the library,
huh? It is the boy who loved words
Eh, It's hard to read eh.
Hmm, okay then. Let's ready bestie!
Follow with your eyes! Then i'll read, besty.
Besty! Let us read the back part!
“Words. Selig loves everything about them–the way they taste on his tongue (tantalizing), the sound they whisper in his ears (tintinnabulating!), and–most of all–the way they stir his heart. And he collects them voraciously, the way others collect stamps or seashells. But, what to do with so many luscious words? Surrounded by doubters, Selig journeys forth and discovers that there is always someone searching for the perfect word . . . a word that he can provide. This enchanting tale celebrates language, the gift and gusto of words, and one boy’s larger-than-life passion.”
- The boy who loved words, 2006
Sure, i'll read it later. So I can start with my book review.
Not yet, why?
You should read it because my view on that book is that, you could connect it with racism, because you can see how they treat other people differently because they are not in the same level or same blood.
Hey Mark! Have you read our book review " Red Queen"?