concept

going out Quotes

Eight of the best book quotes about going out
01
Share
″‘How soon can we have another day out.‘”
Sarah Hayes
author
This is the Bear
book
Fred the Bear
character
going out
concept
02
Share
“And one day the daycare ladies tell Rosa’s aunt that something strange has happened. Rosa is no longer the last one when they go out. Now she’s at the front with Falco and Charlie! After their walk the dogs are supposed to sleep. Some lie in their own baskets. Some trade baskets with each other. A few cram themselves into one basket because it is so cozy. Anyone who doesn’t want to sleep has to sleep anyway. That’s the way it is a daycare.”
Rosa
Rosa's Aunt
daycare ladies
characters
03
Share
″...Ronia had seen little more than this during her short life. She knew nothing of what lay outside Matt’s Fort. And one fine day Matt realized- however little he liked it- that the time had come. ‘Lovis,’ he said to his wife, ‘our child must learn what it’s like living in Matt’s Forest. Let her go!‘”
04
Share
“One evening Mother Pig called the children to her as they were playing all over the house. ‘Now piglets,’ she said, ‘your father and I are going out this evening.’ There was a chorus of groans. ‘Not far,’ said Mrs Pig, ‘and I’ve asked a very nice lady to come and look after you.’ “
05
Share
“He was putting on his smart shirt which he always wore when they went out. It was dark blue, and Mrs Pig liked him to wear it because she thought it made him look thinner. Unfortunately, the buttons would keep coming undone. So that that everyone always noticed how very tight the shirt had become. Mrs Pig struggled to get it done up.”
06
Share
“At that moment Mr Pig called through to say that he was quite ready, and with many farewell kisses and hugs for the children Mr and Mrs Pig went out for the evening with light hearts.”
07
Share
“ ‘If you’re going to go out in a storm there should be at least two of you,’ said Grandpa. ‘And you should be properly dressed. Let’s go.’ “
08
Share
“There’s at least a hundred, thought Mrs. Brightner. I don’t dare to go outside... but I have to, because I forgot the blue silk thread. I have to go back to my flat to get it. I’ll just have to be brave... they’re only birds after all. They can’t hurt me...”

Recommended quote pages

View All Quotes

Bookroo

Book Clubs

Follow Bookroo