of the Center for Children's Books
|Each month we choose a favorite quote--something fun or something to make you think.
See the archive for quotes from previous months.
Here's what really bothers me: It's not that I told
someone about Sari and David; it's why I told. Because I wanted to feel
important. Because I wanted to feel like I was more in the know than Erica
Trager, more powerful than David, more fascinating than Sari. More something
than every one of them. I wanted to feel like I had something to say.
Instead of listening all the time.
|--Mariah Fredericks, The True Meaning of Cleavage (Jackson/Atheneum, 2003)|
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