Jess Fink
Just finished reading Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, it’s a lovely book. I loved the movie as a kid but never read the book for some reason. The movie is very different but I still love a lot about it. Both are great things.
Eric got me the book, he made sure to get a very old copy that used to belong to a library, thick cover, old smells, perfect.

Just finished reading Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, it’s a lovely book. I loved the movie as a kid but never read the book for some reason. The movie is very different but I still love a lot about it. Both are great things.

Eric got me the book, he made sure to get a very old copy that used to belong to a library, thick cover, old smells, perfect.

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    Old book smell is a pretty magical thing. Also, this book is fantastic.
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    Can we talk about how my two earliest cartoon crushes were Justin from The Secret of NIMH and Michelangelo the Ninja...
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