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I make money using my brains and lose money listening to my heart. But in the long run my books balance pretty well.
Kill the snake of doubt in your soul, crush the worms of fear in your heart and mountains will move out of your way.
For yesterday and for all tomorrows, we dance the best we know.
There are hurts so deep that one cannot reach them or heal them with words.
Nothing fine and noble will ever perish from the earth as long as there are hearts to remember.
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It is far easier for a woman to lead a blameless life than it is for a man; all she has to do is to avoid sexual intercourse like the plague.
November 10, 1899
March 7, 1975
Kate Seredy was a Hungarian-born writer and illustrator of children's books. She won the Newbery Medal once, the Newbery Honor twice, the Caldecott Honor once, and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.
The Good Master (1935)
The Singing Tree (1939)
The White Stag (1937)
The Chestry oak (1948)
A tree for Peter (1941)
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