Monthly Archives: October 2012

Happy Halloween!

Also, here’s a perfect piece of  Halloween music, and here’s a creepy video to watch. Have a good day!

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George Moore

My friend and fellow Weebly user George Moore is quite the artist. Click here to see his site, where you can find lots of very nice hand painted pictures. The majority of them are natural landscape scenes, and this is … Continue reading

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Recruitment

If the image this is too small, click it to get it enlarged. All finger puppets can be bought here.

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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

This Zelda game (the second, as I’m sure the title gives away) is probably the one which the smallest number of people really know anything about. The reason for the game’s obscurity probably isn’t because people think it’s bad though … Continue reading

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I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen

I have a feeling that readers over the age of ten may feel reluctant to try out an oversized picture book with only a few short, easy to read sentences (unless they have kids to read to). However, I think … Continue reading

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Crush

I hope to use Pelly the Parrot a lot, I love him.

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Myrmidryad 

The title of this entry might seem a little odd, but it is actually the name of a YouTube page. The person who makes them is an acquaintance of mine from my university, they are in the same class as … Continue reading

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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Super Mario RPG is the first RPG game to be released in the Mario series and quite frankly, I think it is also one of the best games in the entire franchise. The story starts out like your average game, … Continue reading

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Wish

As usual, if any of that is too small to read, just click it for a larger image. I guess the moral of this story is that you should always be careful what you wish for. … Continue reading

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Suzie by Ann Chadwick

It’s quite hard to explain what this book is, on the one hand it’s a biography of a woman named Suzie Spitzer, but on the other it’s an autobiography of Ann Chadwick. I suppose the best way to describe it, … Continue reading

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