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  • Elham Simmons

    Definitely want to read this to the kids... one day. The Three Questions [Based on a story by Leo Tolstoy]: Jon J. Muth: 9780439199964: Books

  • Victoria Smith

    The Three Questions [Based on a story by Leo Tolstoy], Jon J. Muth. My go-to children's book gift.

  • Great Quotes

    This is another #book for young readers but definitely worth a read at any age. It is based on a Tolstoy story and addresses the three questions “When is the best time to do things?” “Who is the most important?” and “What is the right thing to do?” It is a delightfully illustrated picture book, perfect for children, but can act as a great reminder to ourselves about the important things in #life too. #Inspirational? You bet!

  • Anna Tyler Pfaffendorf
    Anna Tyler Pfaffendorf • 2 years ago

    I love this book! I read it to my husband at our Wedding in front of all out guests. It beautifully wraps the concept of doing 'good' for those around you, into a exquisitely illustrated package.

  • Louise Allana
    Louise Allana • 2 years ago

    Thankyou for the recommendation. I have now finally ordered a copy for me and my kids :)

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Another novel I was assigned in college. I can remember reading the ending of Tolstoy's classic and not knowing what to do at the end of the last chapter. My Anna was dead. I felt as if I needed to go into mourning. This is one of the most emotionally draining novels I've ever read, but one that I'm drawn to over an over again.

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Leo Tolstoy "You are a have been brought to 'pacify' has been instilled in you that you are not responsible for the consequences of your shots. But you know that the man who falls bleeding from your shot is killed by you and by no one else..."

Haven't read it yet but I do love Tolstoy and the theme of this book is right up my alley.