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Children's Book: The Clothespin (Children's bedtime stories for ages 4-8) Early Readers by Miley Smiley

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Children's Book: The Clothespin (Children's bedtime stories ) Early Readers

What Readers Say:

-I don't like it......I love it!!
My younger brother really enjoys this book he says that the clothes pin really is brave and amazing.

-Entertaining for the Toddler Set
Cute story - kept my 4 year old granddaugter entertained. Provides good insight and a nice moral lesson.

-Super Cute Story! The illustrations are beautiful and the storyline is relatable. I love the clothespin character-very unusual!

-Well, I liked it a lot..children will love this book because it's sweetly told

......In a little house near a quiet lake, lived a kindly old lady. She liked to hang her laundry on a line outside, so that the sun and wind would make it dry. The old woman usually used clothespins to secure her laundry, so that the wind would not blow her things into the lake.
Among all the colorful plastic clothespins, there was only one made from wood. The old woman rarely used it because she could not find its mate. Most of the time, the wooden clothespin just hung on the line by itself and looked out at the forest, located on the other side of the lake.
One day, the lonely wooden clothespin realized that she was related to those beautiful trees, and decided to visit them. She jumped down from the clothesline and headed toward the lake...

Read this fun and entertaining bedtime story now!


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