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The Boy, the mole, the fox, and the horse Introduction

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Description

Josie reading the introduction to the book the Boy, the mole, the fox, and the horse.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the boy. The mole, the fox and the horse by charlie Maxie. Hello. You started at the beginning, which is impressive. I usually start in the middle and never read introductions. It's surprisingly that I've made a book because I'm not great at reading them. The truth is I need pictures. They are like islands, places to get to and receive words. This book is for everyone, Whether you are 80 or eight. I feel like I'm both. Sometimes I'd like it to be one. You can dip into anywhere anytime, start in the middle. If you'd like scribble on it, increase the corners and leave it well thumped. The drawings are mainly of a boy animal, a fax and a horse. I'll tell you a little bit about them, although I'm sure you'll see things here that I don't. So I'll be quick. The boy is lonely When the mall first surfaces, they spend time together gazing into the wild. I think the wild is a bit like life frightening sometimes, but beautiful in their wanderings. They meet the fox. It's never going to be easy meeting a fox if you're a mole, The boy is full of questions, mole is greedy for cake. The fox is mainly scient unwary because he's been hurt by life. The horse is the biggest thing that have ever encountered and also the gentlest. They are all different like us and each has their own weaknesses. I can see myself in all four of them. Perhaps you can too, their adventures happen in springtime where one moment snow is falling in the sun shines the next, which is also a little bit like life. It can turn on a sixpence. I hope this book encourages you perhaps to live courageously with more kindness for yourself and for others and to ask for help when you need it, which is always a brave thing to do. When I was making the book, I often wondered who want Earth am I to be doing this? But as the horse says, the truth is everyone is winging it. So I say, spread your wings and follow your dreams. The book is one of mine. I hope you enjoy it and much love to you. Thank you, charlie.