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Kate DiCamillo

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There ain't no way you can hold onto something that wants to go, you understand? You can only love what you got while you got it.

— Kate DiCamillo

#letting-go #love #loving #separating #separation

Stories are light. Light is precious in a world so dark. Begin at the beginning. Tell Gregory a story. Make some light.

— Kate DiCamillo

#darkness #light #stories #story #kate

Reader, you must know that an interesting fate (sometimes involving rats, sometimes not) awaits almost everyone, mouse or man, who does not conform.

— Kate DiCamillo


You can't always judge people by the things they done. You got to judge them by what they are doing now.

— Kate DiCamillo


If you have no intention of loving or being loved, the whole journey is pointless.

— Kate DiCamillo


The world is dark, and light is precious. Come closer, dear reader. You must trust me. I am telling you a story.

— Kate DiCamillo


Open your heart. Someone will come. Someone will come for you. But first you must open your heart. (Old Doll)

— Kate DiCamillo


It is a bad thing to have love and nowhere to put it.

— Kate DiCamillo


But, reader, there is no comfort in the word "farewell," even if you say it in French. "Farewell" is a word that,in any language, is full of sorrow. It is a word that promises absolutely nothing.

— Kate DiCamillo

#good-bye #french

There ain't a body, be it mouse or man, that ain't made better by a little soup.

— Kate DiCamillo

#humor #humor

About Kate DiCamillo

Did you know about Kate DiCamillo?

Her 2003 novel The Tale of Despereaux was inspired by a friend's son Luke Bailey who asked her to write about an unlikely hero with "exceptionally large ears". Adaptations
In 2005 Because of Winn-Dixie was released as a film by 20th Century Fox. Life
Born in Philadelphia DiCamillo suffered from chronic pneumonia.

DiCamillo is also known for the Mercy Watson series of picture books illustrated by Chris Van Dusen. Katrina Elizabeth "Kate" DiCamillo (born March 25 1964) is an American writer of children's fiction at all levels usually featuring animals.

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