The Wee Free MeneBook - 2007
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Laugh-aloud humor and inventive situations are grounded by an inquisitive young heroine who finds herself, to her delight, to be a witch in training. Tiffany must bring her brother back from a kidnapping and defend her home against the monsters of fairyland. To do so, she makes some unusual six-i... Read More »
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...if you trust in yourself... and believe in your dreams... and follow your star... you’ll still be beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy
...my father said that free advice often turns out to be expensive,” said Tiffany.
That, lad," he said proudly, "was some of the worst poetry I have heard for a long time. It was offensive to the ear and a torrrture to the soul....We'll make a gonnagle out of ye yet!
We always ken where we are! It’s just sometimes mebbe we aren’t sure where everything else is, but it’s no’ our fault if everything else gets lost!...
I can see we're going to get along like a house on fire," said Miss Tick. "There may be no survivors.
Zoology, eh? That's a big word, isn't it."
"No, actually it isn't," said Tiffany. "Patronizing is a big word. Zoology is really quite short
Miss Tick (witch) to Tiffany Aching (wanting to become a witch):
"If you trust in yourself...
...and believe in your dreams...
...and follow your star...
...you'll still get beaten by people who spent THEIR time working hard and learning things and weren't so lazy. Good-bye."
"The secret is not to dream," she whispered. "The secret is to wake up. Waking up is harder. I have woken up and I am real. I know where I come from and I know where I'm going. You cannot fool me any more. Or touch me. Or anything that is mine."
— Terry Pratchett (The Wee Free Men)
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