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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The World Between Blinks by Amie Kaufman, Ryan Graudin

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The World Between Blinks by Amie Kaufman, Ryan Graudin

The World Between Blinks, Children's Books, Family, Friendship, Fantasy, Adventure, Amie Kaufman, Ryan Graudin, Ship, Sea, Octopus, Boy, GIrl, Trees, Beach
Marisol loved the air around the ocean. It smelled mostly of salt, yes, but there were so many other things happening inside it too. Sunscreen and crying seagulls and driftwood discoveries and waves washing castles back into sand. One breath held all of this.
First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Never After: The Thirteenth Fairy by Melissa de la Cruz

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Never After: The Thirteenth Fairy by Melissa de la Cruz

Never After: The Thirteenth Fairy, The Chronicles of Never After, Book 1, Chest, Lamp, Melissa de la Cruz, Children's Books, Retelling, Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Children's Books, Vines
Once upon a time in the days of old, eleven fairies gathered at a court before a child to hold. Only eleven, for the twelfth was dead and the thirteenth was missing. An invitation for every living fairy -excerpt for the thirteenth- had previously been sealed, sent, and delivered: a formal request to come forth and bless the sweet newborn princess.

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ A Pho Love Story by Loan Le

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ A Pho Love Story by Loan Le

A Pho Love Story, Loan Le, Dual POV, Man, Woman, Purple, Food, Young Adult, Romance
Hoisin sauce is not paint.
We need a sign that says that, because our customers don’t get it. Today’s latest work is a misshapen star on the wall. A five out of ten, if you ask me. The kid’s parent probably did a double take, snatched the bottle away, then paid the check and left before Me could notice. To be honest, it’s not like the sauce makes our wall look worse; it’s just hard to wipe off when it dries. But I try, I really do -sometimes. Maybe.