Read Aloud Books #1

‘An Indian Journey’ by Waldemar Bonsels
‘Ring of Bright Water’ by Gavin Maxwell
‘Headhunters of the Amazon’ by Fritz up de Graff
“Ich weiß nun, dass die Menschen am schönsten sind, wenn sie einander liebhaben.”
― Waldemar Bonsels

“Symbols, for me and for many, of freedom, whether it be from the prison of over-dense communities and the close confines of human relationships, from the less complex incarceration of office walls and hours, or simply freedom from the prison of adult life and an escape into the forgotten world of childhood, of the individual or the race. For I am convinced that man has suffered in his separation from the soil and from the other living creatures of the world; the evolution of his intellect has outrun his needs as an animal, and as yet he must still, for security, look long at some portion of the earth as it was before he tampered with it.”
― Gavin Maxwell

“We finally picked up a small eel two feet long, and put it in a pail of water. We satisfied ourselves that it was perfectly safe to touch the fish, the pail or the water with a wooden stick, tending to prove that electricity is generated, and that the shock is not due to any form of vibration.”
― Fritz up de Graff



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