Words 3º b march 2011
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  • Words hide stories that move us and make us dream.
  • They are joined fancifully by the hand of an author who decides that “once upon a time...”
  • … goes before “a princess in a far-away kingdom” who despite adversities will have a great future…
  • Breathe in.
  • Words are symbols, pictures. But they are also dreams, your dreams, my dreams, someone else's dreams.
  • I like to
  • I like words..
  • To be carried away in time
  • … and space
    • Words bring happiness,sadness,laughter and tears. They make us travel. They make us doubt.
    • Will he manage to escape?
    • Will they meet again?
    • Will he make it?
    • Will it have a happy ending?
  • Impossible!
  • You want to know how the story ends,
  • But at the same time you don’t want it to finish.
  • Someone knocks at your door, back to reality. Who is it? Why does it tear me away from my story?
  • You beat the attraction that pulls you to the book like a magnet.
  • Your feet go to the door but your mind is still captivated by the story.
    • Three steps:
    • one, two, three.
    • You open the
    • door, smile.
    • I’m sorry.
    • Wrong door.
  • You can’t wait anymore . You storm back to the book like a predator…
  • What is going to happen
  • You open it and in front of you there are more than 354 pages of sighs, 250,000 sentences that make your heart beat faster.
  • Words that echo in your head
    • I love mystery .
    • I love to be moved.
    • I like suspense.
    • I like doubting.
    • I like imagining.
    • I love it.
    • Yes, I love reading.
  • LULLABY A soothing song sung to send a child to sleep. Origin: From lull and bye- bye, a sound used as a refrain in lullabies .
  • Evanescence: The process or fact of evanescing
  • SMILE :)
  • Wonder