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I did not like Peter's character in this movie. He was not a petty, emo teen who did not want Caspian to be king.


Okay this is good: He is obviously referring to when Lucy discovered Narnia. However, they ruled in Narnia for long enough to grow up, at least twenty years, then they came back to England for another year: AND THAT WAS THE LAST TIME HE DIDN'T BELIEVER HER! For a lifetime, and then some, he has trusted his little sister, even when it seems crazy.


"This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, this earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, this other Eden, demi-paradise, this fortress built by Nature for herself against infection and the hand of war, this happy breed of men, this little world, this precious stone set in the silver sea, which serves it in the office of a wall, or as a moat defensive to a house, against the envy of less happier lands, this blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England." He is either thinking this…


I read The Little Prince aloud to my 3rd grade class. We stopped after a few chapters to do some drawing in response to their reading. The kids might not have the life experiences to really "get" a lot of the moralistic aspects of the book, but they have enjoyed listening to it and talking about it and definitely enjoyed this activity!


The Little Mermaid as real life characters by Jirka Väätäinen Design: Ariel, Prince Erik, Vanessa, and Ursula