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    -Ludwig Bemelmans

    • Katelyn Melgren

      In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines lived twelve little girls in two straight lines. In two straight lines they broke their bread and brushed their teeth and went to bed. They smiled at the good and frowned at the bad and sometimes they were very sad. They left the house at half past nine in two straight lines in rain or shine — the smallest one was Madeline.

    • Susan Barger Donahue

      Madeline books were so special to me. I would love to read them to the little girls I know.

    • Kim Allison

      Madeline. I absolutely love this book. A classic and always worth reading :)

    • Celina Barbosa

      Madeline is a classic and always worth reading, right @Johanna Barbosa

    • Ellen Bergeron

      Madeline, a classic and always worth reading. My children loved this.

    • Liz Helton

      12 Empowering Children's Books To Add To Little Girls' Bookshelves

    • Abigail Villa

      OMG I LOVE THIS BOOK Madeline, great kids book FIAR book

    • Deborah Cunningham

      Madeline. Ludwig Bemelmans. #children #book #cover #art

    • Marla Vizca

      Realistic Fiction: Madeline, great kids book & FIAR book

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