185/365 Lost and Found books #1

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Book Cover: Twig

My third grade teacher read us a book that I loved. Since I had her twice I got to hear it again.

Years later, remembering this book, all I could remember about it was that it was about a girl who suddenly became so tiny she could live in a tomato can and use toothpaste tops as drinking glasses and acorn tops as dinner plates. She also kept saying, “Ever since yesterday.”

I wrote Miss Meyer a letter once and asked her the name of the book. She wrote back and told me but I must have not kept the letter.

It took me years of internet searching before I finally found out the name: Twig, and even longer before I was able to purchase it. I’ve had it for quite a while now, and while I have looked at a number of illustrations in the book, I have not reread it. I am afraid the magic will be lost.

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Twig’s House with The Great Elf standing on top. Twig and Mrs. Sparrow dodging household items being thrown out of the house by the floor which was sweeping itself.

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