Oh, How silly! ePub download
by Illustrated,William Cole
- ISBN: 0416842704
- ISBN13: 978-0416842708
- ePub: 1896 kb | FB2: 1561 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Literature & Fiction
- Publisher: Methuen; New Ed edition (1975)
- Pages: 96
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 944
- Format: txt lrf mbr doc
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Oh, How Silly! Paperback – 19 August 1971.
The stories are crafted by William H. Coles with artistic intensity for engagement and entertainment. Each short story is illustrated by one of six artists commissioned for the story. com, a source for learning the art of writing fictional stories. Coles’s stories are inspiring, memorable, and enjoyable-a treasured addition to any library. Short Stories Fiction.
Mr. Cole's an thology has the additional vir tues of being illustrated by Tomi Ungerer and containing a firstrate poem (Hilaire Belloc's George ).
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Silly of me to think that you could ever really want me too How I love yo. .Oh, Love, oh, love, stop making a fool of me Oh, Love, oh, love, stop making a fool of me. Silly of me to think that you could ever know the things I do Are all done for yo.only for you Silly of me to take the time to comb my hair and pour the wine And Know you're not there