Saturday, August 25, 2012

Better Than the Internet!


The Red Balloon's Bears
Children's Mecca for Good Books
Come Meet An Author!


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21 comments:

  1. The statue is so fun, and what a great way to capture the interest of young readers.

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  2. I love the loving expression on little bear's face!

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  3. Great capture of this lovely statue!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Have a fabulous weekend****

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  4. What a lovely sculpture!

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  5. Cute bears, I would like to have a bear statue just like this in my yard. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. A fabulous way to market a children's bookstore!

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  7. So true! This is a such a cute picture.

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  8. This is one of the cutest bear carvings that I have seen!

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  9. great - was looking at a library last week where they've got a a kinda sculptered reading garden - same idea

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  10. I'm all about good books for all ages. I love this!

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  11. I would love to be there and poke around among the books all day!
    V

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  12. Way, way better than the internet for little ones Kate, keep the magic I say. There's plenty of time for the internet when they're a wee bit older!

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  13. what a cool sculpture. :)

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  14. great pic and haiku....

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  15. Love the sculpture. I confess that I DO love to read, but I also like taking photos and visiting bloggers. Too many interests and too little time, I fear.

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  16. Your blog post title is perfect for this awesome photo of the sculpture!!!

    Texas State Bird

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  17. Yeah, but can you Google the name of the latest good book? Hmmm? Just kidding. I don't have a Nook or Kindle or Kimball Organ but I do have an iPad which I do not use to read books. Books are to be held in hand so you can turn down the corners when necessary. I tried that on a Nook and broke a nail. I'm thinking of suing.

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  18. Sweet sculpture.

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  19. You know how I love this place, Kate! I never approach it from the west, so I rarely look at the bears from this side.

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