Comments on 'Beh-tilla'

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Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2015-07-20
Every family has had a Beh-tilla!! If the toy/doll/blanket is over a generation old, the better. Kudos if it used to be pink but is now a dingy grey! Great slice of life here!
Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2012-02-09
I think I might just scent two young pranksters in the making if this keeps up. Though I have to say I feel kind of bad for Cinder because it sounds like Rill dragged him along! XD
I really like this look at the young Copper. she already seems really independent for a child, and she loves her family deeply. I'm really happy she didn't set the whole tribe off by wailing and crying that Bearkiller was missing.
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2011-09-21
I really liked the sense of tribal connectedness in this -- how easy it was to narrow down who had to be responsible, and how the boys of course weren't trying to be mean, but things spiralled out of control the way things will. Most of all I liked Copper's preternatural maturity and confidence in the resolution.
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2011-07-27
Have to say that this story couldn't have been written w/o some great input on characterization and on how life works in the Holt... it was through writing this story that I learned a lot more about plantshaping than I had given thought to... :)
Heidi Henderson
New! Entered: 2011-07-21
I agree with what the others have said -- this is a nice slice-of-life story. And it's wonderful to see how Farscout is taking up his role as a new dad.
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2011-06-23
Farscout is such a wonderful family man. It's good to see him so happy and focused on something fairly trivial, but important to his child. Really enjoy this snipped of their daily life!
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2011-06-23
What a nice little story - I really enjoyed seeing Farscout taking so much joy and pride in his family. And it was great to see that he solved the problem rather level-headedly. I liked how he pointed out that Copper wasn't like Brightwood, and how calmly and confidently Copper handled Bearkiller's absence, after all.
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2011-06-16
I agree. It's nice to know that the problem of the different pelt for Bearkiller is solved so ... well so close to what seems logical.
That was a really sweet story and it was good to see the family together and Farcout's bliss and wonder about it. really sweet.
And I also like how it points out that Copper is a very own character. I just love her confidence that her beloved Bearkiller is alright :)
Kyna Hansen
New! Entered: 2011-02-20
I thought this was really clever. A nice slice-of-life from Farscout and family. Kids will be kids! :)
Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2011-02-14
How sweet! Funny to see how little things turn into big problems for partens who only want to see their child happy. :) And great to see the riddle solved why Bearkiller has different hides in different pics.
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