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Old Apr 29, 2007, 5:43 PM   #1
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...a big bad wolf would want


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Old Apr 29, 2007, 7:06 PM   #2
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Oh, this fringing...
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Nice pics from the fuji, would make nice illustrations for

nursery rhymes or childrens books......................musket
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Old Apr 30, 2007, 2:59 PM   #4
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Thank you, musket

Yes, perhaps, but not in the milder variants they publish now adays (knirk, knirk - gotta oil that d... rocking chair)

For instance the (grim) Grimm Brothers - (they are the names behind much of it) were very frank in their telling of the stories.

That´s why the people who deal with children today (knirk, knirk) are over-protective. They would say that the original stories (fairy tales etc) are not suitable for children.

Logically follows that children books (knirk, knirk) are for grown-ups. Hahaha

The Grimm Brothers would not agree on that. Children are a harder breed(?) than grown ups think today

(Oh, that rocking chair - I´ll complain to the Guild Board of Rocking Chair Carpenters - The Rocking Chair Carpenters´ Guild Board of Complaints)

In fact children want to be (not too much of course) occationally scared and they like realistic or even naturalistic details.

Then it feels the better when the story is told and they can go to sleep, feeling safe and secure in the presense of a grown up

Life is not a rose garden. Children need to be prepared

Thank you for reading this very controversial ... (and so on...)

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