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Cute story where the little girl outgrows her dress and with a snip, snip snip, and sew, sew, sew something new is created each time. Tale reminded me of The Little Tailor story, this time with a girl as the featured character. The author tries to be childlike creating strange dialog for the girl. The child's misuse of English sounded strange "favoritest" (sic). So when I read the story I substitute "most favorite" dress.
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Initial post: Apr 5, 2013 6:41:50 PM PDT
S. Lesher says:
Perhaps if you're going to comment on an author having her child character using childish language, you could learn how to properly spell the word dialogue.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 5, 2013 8:21:36 PM PDT
Ginny Mapes says:
Thanks for the suggestion, but according to the dictionary:dialogue |ˈdīəˌläg, -ˌlôg|(also dialog )
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