In Response

by James D. Witmer

Cowardly Clyde

I have often heard that stories affect us more like experience than fact, working their way down into our unconscious beliefs. This held true in my childhood reading, and Bill Peet’s picturebook, Cowardly Clyde, is a great example of how.  Allow me first a quick outline of the story, why I still love it, then a few comments about how it affected me.

Read this article at the Story Warren:

http://www.storywarren.com/cowardly-clyde/

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This entry was posted on September 27, 2012 by and tagged .

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