The Children's Book Quote of the Day

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Two blades of grass March 25, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kristi @ 9:46 pm

“You wouldn’t find two alike in the whole world, son,” Father said. “Not even two blades of grass are the same. Everything is different from everything else, if you look at it.” (from Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder)

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3 Responses to “Two blades of grass”

  1. wittybizgal Says:

    Love this! My son just finished reading Farmer Boy, and has now moved on to On the Banks of Plum Creek. I was delighted when he took a liking to the Laura Ingalls Wilder series because I loved them so much when I was young.

  2. jazmmine Says:

    This really is significant i will always remember this


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