4+ quotes from Good Night, Mr. Tom by Michelle Magorian

Quotes from Good Night, Mr. Tom

Michelle Magorian ·  320 pages

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“I’d rather be happy and odd than miserable and ordinary,' she said, sticking her chin in the air.”
― Michelle Magorian, quote from Good Night, Mr. Tom

“It occurred to him that strength was quite different from toughness and that being vulnerable wasn't quite the same as being weak.”
― Michelle Magorian, quote from Good Night, Mr. Tom

“Miss Thorne said no more. Poor boy, she thought, away from his loving home and now dumped with an irritable old man. Tom”
― Michelle Magorian, quote from Good Night, Mr. Tom

“I expect you think I’m a bit forward,’ remarked Zach. ‘Wot?”
― Michelle Magorian, quote from Good Night, Mr. Tom

About the author

Michelle Magorian
Born place: in Portsmouth, The United Kingdom
Born date November 6, 1947
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