Harold and The Purple Crayon Quotes

13 of the best book quotes from Harold and The Purple Crayon
“None of the windows was his window.”
“Harold knew that the higher up he went, the farther he could see. So he decided to make the hill into a mountain.”
“But, luckily, he kept his wits and his purple crayon. He made a balloon and he grabbed on to it.”
“He made a big building full of windows. He made lots of buildings full of windows. He made a whole city full of windows. But none of the windows was his window. ”
“He made a long straight path so he wouldn’t get lost. And he set off on his walk, taking his big purple crayon with him.”
“The short cut led right to where Harold thought a forest ought to be. He didn’t want to get lost in the woods. So he made a very small forest, with just one small tree in it.”
″ So he put a frightening dragon under the tree to guard the apples.”
“So he laid out a nice simple picnic lunch. There was nothing but pie. But there were all nine kinds of pies that Harold liked best. ”
“He remembered where his bedroom window was, when there was a moon. It was always right around the moon. And then Harold made his bed.”
″ And in no time he was climbing aboard a trim little boat. He quickly set sail.”
“But as he looked down over the other side he slipped-- And there wasn’t any other side of the mountain. He was falling, in thin air. ”
“So he left the path for a short cut across a field. And the moon went with him.”
“The purple crayon dropped on the floor. And Harold dropped off to sleep. ”
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