6+ quotes from Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar

Quotes from Sideways Stories from Wayside School

Louis Sachar ·  144 pages

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“You need a reason to be sad. You don't need a reason to be happy.”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


“It's funny how a person can be right all the time and still be wrong.”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


“Dana had four beautiful eyes. She wore glasses. But her eyes were so beautiful that the glasses only made her prettier. With two eyes she was pretty. With four eyes she was beautiful. With six eyes she would have been even more beautiful. And if she had a hundred eyes, all over her face and her arms and her feet, why, she would have been the most beautiful creature in the world.”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


“My dog, Pugsy, was hit by a car,”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


“You need a reason to be sad. You don’t need a reason to be happy.”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


“Dameon had hazel eyes with little black dots in the middle of each of them. The dots were called pupils.”
― Louis Sachar, quote from Sideways Stories from Wayside School


About the author

Louis Sachar
Born place: in East Meadow, New York, The United States
Born date March 20, 1954
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