With Love: A Collection of Letters

by Terribly Tiny Tales
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Age Guidance:

Dear Reader,

Letters change people.

They turn forty-year-old men into helpless fathers.
Scared mothers into fierce fighters.
Long-lost pets into possessive exes.
And old lovers into best friends.

They make you spell help.
Give someone a second first chance.
Make you leave behind a home.
And find another in someone.

Sometimes, they're warnings.
Sometimes, confessions.
And sometimes, a story left untold.

Letters change people, they say.

Let's hope these change you too.

With love,

After two bestsellers--Terribly Tiny Tales and Ninety-Seven Poems--Terribly Tiny Tales and Penguin come together on the same page for the third time.

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