Lauren Tarshis Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Lauren Tarshis

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Lauren Tarshis quotes: Sometimes we must all fall out of a tree. Sometimes we must all fall out of a tree.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: But eleven-year-old Max Rosen was determined to stay alive. But eleven-year-old Max Rosen was determined to stay alive.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: There are plenty of bad people in the world," he said. "Too many to count. But there are good people, too. There are plenty of bad people in the world," he said. "Too many to count. But there are good people, too.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: In quiet moments, I love to read. In quiet moments, I love to read.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: The girls smiled and swayed as though Colleen's happiness was their favorite song. The girls smiled and swayed as though Colleen's happiness was their favorite song.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: Colleen had this idea -- a faded, crumpled, smudged idea -- that being nice counted for something. Colleen had this idea -- a faded, crumpled, smudged idea -- that being nice counted for something.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: SHARK KILLS SECOND BATHER IN NEW JERSEY JULY 7, 1916 SPRING LAKE, NEW JERSEY SHARK KILLS SECOND BATHER IN NEW JERSEY JULY 7, 1916 SPRING LAKE, NEW JERSEY
Lauren Tarshis quotes: There's no room in a small town for grudges. There's no room in a small town for grudges.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: 2,668 people are still missing Nearly 2,668 people are still missing Nearly
Lauren Tarshis quotes: The most important advice I can offer is that writing is a craft that you can learn by practicing. If you keep writing, you will improve. The most important advice I can offer is that writing is a craft that you can learn by practicing. If you keep writing, you will improve.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: Hitler takes his own life. Hitler takes his own life.
Lauren Tarshis quotes: Tower of London, where they used to chop off your head if the king didn't like you. Tower of London, where they used to chop off your head if the king didn't like you.