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Author by : Brett McKee
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2012
Publisher by : Andersen PressLtd



Description : "Archie awoke with a shout in the night. Only a dream, but what a terrible fright. Well monsters may roar, may growl or just sigh, But monsters are strong, monsters don't cry." But, as Archie learns, ...

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Once there was a woman who was raped by a man. Little is known about the details of this woman or this man. What is known is that a child was conceived from this rape. A little boy. A beautiful little boy. Anyone would be ecstatic to have a baby so beautiful and healthy. But the woman looked at the screaming child that had come from her womb and wept. One word was whispered over and over from the woman while she cradled her head in her hands.

The little boy was six years old and he had just found a baby bird in the back yard of his home. A tiny little bird that had fallen out of its nest. His little face filled with delight at the find and he held it gently to his chest and ran inside to show his mother.

He walked slowly back outside and set the baby bird in a small nest of grass. He sat and watched it for a while, how it wiggled around on its two skinny legs. The white silk feather that covered its body was stained with the dirt from the ground. The little boy wondered where its mommy was and why she hadn't gotten the baby bird off of the ground when it fell.

Even if you’re a scary little monster, it’s tough being tough all the time. But relax: it’s okay to have feelings. Or even a little cry sometimes! Bouncy little Archie usually finds it easy to be brave. Even when he has bad dreams or is chased by a goat, he doesn’t cry. But one day, he learns that strong and scary monsters don’t always have to be brave. Mum and Dad can help make everything alright… So cute and reassuring; we love everything about this book, from its witty rhymes and sweet story to its cosy art.

Hey, come on now! Don't cry! Don't cry! I know things are bad for you right now, and all you want is for everything to just fade away, but you know that won't happen. That's not how the world works. You were always a crybaby, and I know it's your only real way to cope with things, but you have to stop.

Do you remember when mom and dad asked you what you wanted for your birthday, more than anything in the world, when you were eight? And what did you want? A puppy. Your parents didn't think it was a good idea, so you cried and cried for almost a week. And on your birthday, what was their gift? A bicycle. So you cried and cried, until you heard some little barks, and then you saw her running from the kitchen. She was little, and yellow, and so happy to be around you. What did you call her? That's right! You called her Matilda.

The next couple of months flew by so fast, didn't they? Mom and dad started to argue, but you didn't care. You had Matilda, and that was all that really mattered. But one morning, you woke up, and Matilda wasn't there, was she? So you told your parents, and they immediately went looking for her, asking for you to trust them. And you cried and you cried, until a few days later, they found her in a ditch. And you cried and cried, until well after a week after you buried her. And you never wanted another puppy again.

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Author by : Brett McKee
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2012
Publisher by : Andersen PressLtd



Description : "Archie awoke with a shout in the night. Only a dream, but what a terrible fright. Well monsters may roar, may growl or just sigh, But monsters are strong, monsters don't cry." But, as Archie learns, ...

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Once there was a woman who was raped by a man. Little is known about the details of this woman or this man. What is known is that a child was conceived from this rape. A little boy. A beautiful little boy. Anyone would be ecstatic to have a baby so beautiful and healthy. But the woman looked at the screaming child that had come from her womb and wept. One word was whispered over and over from the woman while she cradled her head in her hands.

The little boy was six years old and he had just found a baby bird in the back yard of his home. A tiny little bird that had fallen out of its nest. His little face filled with delight at the find and he held it gently to his chest and ran inside to show his mother.

He walked slowly back outside and set the baby bird in a small nest of grass. He sat and watched it for a while, how it wiggled around on its two skinny legs. The white silk feather that covered its body was stained with the dirt from the ground. The little boy wondered where its mommy was and why she hadn't gotten the baby bird off of the ground when it fell.

Even if you’re a scary little monster, it’s tough being tough all the time. But relax: it’s okay to have feelings. Or even a little cry sometimes! Bouncy little Archie usually finds it easy to be brave. Even when he has bad dreams or is chased by a goat, he doesn’t cry. But one day, he learns that strong and scary monsters don’t always have to be brave. Mum and Dad can help make everything alright… So cute and reassuring; we love everything about this book, from its witty rhymes and sweet story to its cosy art.

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Author by : Brett McKee
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2012
Publisher by : Andersen PressLtd



Description : "Archie awoke with a shout in the night. Only a dream, but what a terrible fright. Well monsters may roar, may growl or just sigh, But monsters are strong, monsters don't cry." But, as Archie learns, ...

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Author by : Brett McKee
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2012
Publisher by : Andersen PressLtd



Description : "Archie awoke with a shout in the night. Only a dream, but what a terrible fright. Well monsters may roar, may growl or just sigh, But monsters are strong, monsters don't cry." But, as Archie learns, ...

Note: ebook file has been transmitted via an external affiliate, we can therefore furnish no guarantee for the existence of this file on our servers.

Once there was a woman who was raped by a man. Little is known about the details of this woman or this man. What is known is that a child was conceived from this rape. A little boy. A beautiful little boy. Anyone would be ecstatic to have a baby so beautiful and healthy. But the woman looked at the screaming child that had come from her womb and wept. One word was whispered over and over from the woman while she cradled her head in her hands.

The little boy was six years old and he had just found a baby bird in the back yard of his home. A tiny little bird that had fallen out of its nest. His little face filled with delight at the find and he held it gently to his chest and ran inside to show his mother.

He walked slowly back outside and set the baby bird in a small nest of grass. He sat and watched it for a while, how it wiggled around on its two skinny legs. The white silk feather that covered its body was stained with the dirt from the ground. The little boy wondered where its mommy was and why she hadn't gotten the baby bird off of the ground when it fell.

Even if you’re a scary little monster, it’s tough being tough all the time. But relax: it’s okay to have feelings. Or even a little cry sometimes! Bouncy little Archie usually finds it easy to be brave. Even when he has bad dreams or is chased by a goat, he doesn’t cry. But one day, he learns that strong and scary monsters don’t always have to be brave. Mum and Dad can help make everything alright… So cute and reassuring; we love everything about this book, from its witty rhymes and sweet story to its cosy art.

Hey, come on now! Don't cry! Don't cry! I know things are bad for you right now, and all you want is for everything to just fade away, but you know that won't happen. That's not how the world works. You were always a crybaby, and I know it's your only real way to cope with things, but you have to stop.

Do you remember when mom and dad asked you what you wanted for your birthday, more than anything in the world, when you were eight? And what did you want? A puppy. Your parents didn't think it was a good idea, so you cried and cried for almost a week. And on your birthday, what was their gift? A bicycle. So you cried and cried, until you heard some little barks, and then you saw her running from the kitchen. She was little, and yellow, and so happy to be around you. What did you call her? That's right! You called her Matilda.

The next couple of months flew by so fast, didn't they? Mom and dad started to argue, but you didn't care. You had Matilda, and that was all that really mattered. But one morning, you woke up, and Matilda wasn't there, was she? So you told your parents, and they immediately went looking for her, asking for you to trust them. And you cried and you cried, until a few days later, they found her in a ditch. And you cried and cried, until well after a week after you buried her. And you never wanted another puppy again.

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Author by : Brett McKee
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2012
Publisher by : Andersen PressLtd



Description : "Archie awoke with a shout in the night. Only a dream, but what a terrible fright. Well monsters may roar, may growl or just sigh, But monsters are strong, monsters don't cry." But, as Archie learns, ...

Note: ebook file has been transmitted via an external affiliate, we can therefore furnish no guarantee for the existence of this file on our servers.

Once there was a woman who was raped by a man. Little is known about the details of this woman or this man. What is known is that a child was conceived from this rape. A little boy. A beautiful little boy. Anyone would be ecstatic to have a baby so beautiful and healthy. But the woman looked at the screaming child that had come from her womb and wept. One word was whispered over and over from the woman while she cradled her head in her hands.

The little boy was six years old and he had just found a baby bird in the back yard of his home. A tiny little bird that had fallen out of its nest. His little face filled with delight at the find and he held it gently to his chest and ran inside to show his mother.

He walked slowly back outside and set the baby bird in a small nest of grass. He sat and watched it for a while, how it wiggled around on its two skinny legs. The white silk feather that covered its body was stained with the dirt from the ground. The little boy wondered where its mommy was and why she hadn't gotten the baby bird off of the ground when it fell.


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