I kept staring into the blackness of the woods, drawn into the darkness as I always had been. I suddenly realized how alone I was. (But this is how you travel, the wind whispered back, this is how you've always lived.)” ~ Bret Easton Ellis, Lunar Park
Original pinner says: You MUST share the book The Ghost Eye Tree, by Bill Martin, Jr. with your kids. I heard Mr. Martin recite this book at a convention. It was SO amazingly awesome. One of my all-time favorite books for kids.