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The Best Thing Ever

the best thing everThe Best Thing Ever – A little boy is on a quest to build the best thing ever. A short tale about creativity, and using every day items found around us to create something special. Another great creative commons book from BookDash.

By: Melissa Fagan, Lauren Nel, Stefania Origgi

 

 

Text and Images from The Best Thing Ever

 

The Best Thing EverMuzi loves to build things.
He dreams of building
the best thing ever.

Once he built a shelter
for his toys.

But it wasn’t the
best thing ever.

 

 

Yesterday he built a bridge                                                       It was a good thing.
for his animals.                                                                         But not the best…

The Best Thing Ever

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Comments 4

  • Ahh, now I now that boy loves building so much that he builds stuff but he didn’ t have anything.
    GREAT
    lovely

     
  • IT inspired my son Daniel to be creative and active.

     
  • I liked this book because it let’s children know that you can build anything no matter where you are. Let your imagination be the guide.

     
  • Andrew writes:
    Nice

    Derrick T Plair writes:
    I really liked this book and I look forward to reading more books on this site.

    camila writes:
    I like it very much!

    Devin p austin writes:
    this was the best book ever

    Ryuzaki writes:
    cool awesome 🙂

    Crystal writes:
    This book was good.

     
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