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A Little Girl In The Middle Of Nowhere Lost Her Happy Thought


June 21, 2022

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To Joel ButonWhen he was still a child.When you could already see a little glint,if attentively looking into his eyes.A glint slowly lighting in the darkness.And from that fragile glint, guessing in him, little child,the birth of his great dream.
A Lost Little Girl left Her Happy Thoughtby Federico ParraDrawings Anastasia S. ParraPrefaceThis is a storyof courage and changing.A fairy tale, a great adventure, a growth.A nemesis, a social and personal revolution.Passing through the features of the high-sounding French names,you will enter in Alice's Wonderland through its ventricles and narrow streets.You will meet the Aristocats and then you will go backto the 101 Dalmatians in a dreamy Paris.You will encounter distant memories of charactersknown only in the imagination of children, andyou will meet other real but carelessly and unfortunately unknown characters!In this story, you will cross a good partof the vast and colorful world of fairy tales.You will travel with few bags to fill,at every single stop.Through a small arc of white roses, you will enterthe garden of a faraway fairyland.You will enter a world that, in some way,it belongs to us and leads us to the true realityof our childhood...When animals and plants were able to speak.When a small stone could be magical.And when every happy thought,could also come true tomorrow! J. D. Goodman

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www.Federicoparrapoiesis.com Traveler and writer for passion and curiosity.
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