My favorite book when I was in fifth grade. I couldn't put it down when it was time to go to bed one night so I took a flashlight and read under my covers. I got caught because I cried so hard when Charlotte died that my parents heard me. It was worth it

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"She fills her drawing book with line Sewing lace on widows' weeds And filigree on leaf and vine Vine and leaf are filigree And her coat's a secondhand one Trimmed with antique luxury She is a lady of the canyon" -Joni Mitchell

If you look at the authors behind some of the most iconic heroes of all time, you find a writer who's every bit as badass. Not only did these guys insert elements from their actual lives into the stories, they actually toned them down a bit.


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