Monday, November 24, 2008

Page 56

  • Grab the book nearest you. Right now.
  • Turn to page 56.
  • Find the fifth sentence. (or fifth line)
  • Post that sentence in the comments below
  • Don't dig for your favourite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.
Ok, so pages 56-57 were a pictorial spread--NO WORDS!

the 5th sentence of page 58 is...

"Remove the dried leaves and flower heads from the newspaper"

The book in question? A Greener Christmas ed. Sheherazade Goldsmith


PRHS Library said...

"Aunt Eliza and Uncle Peter were going to sleep in the big bed, and another bed was made on the attic floor for Pa and Ma."

-Little House in the Big Woods, revised HarperTrophy edition, 2007.

Dan said...

Referring to figure 4.4, suppose the initial price of some good or service is P0 and our project induces it to fall to P1.

Edward M. Gramlich, "A Guide to Benefit-Cost Analysis," 2nd ed, 1990.

dkwatson said...

"The candlelight caught gold, flashed, washed the bronzed flesh with an ocher tinge."
-A Pride of Princes (Chronicles of the Cheysuli: Book Five)

Out of context, that sentence is way more... titillating than it actually is.