There’s not really much to add that I didn’t say on yesterday’s post. The creatures have opposite traits to the children. The purpose for this is to try to change the way the children behave. Help them to see that the way they act, isn’t always a good thing.

Take Leonard for example, he is a lazy, idle child, and it will be up to the Lapsids to try to convince him to work. Help rebuild their Island.

Now, I’m not saying the creatures will succeed with every child. There may be a couple of exceptions where they fail. But what will happen to the children if they don’t? That’s for a later post.

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8 thoughts on “L—IS FOR LEONARD DILLEY…

    • Glad that you’re enjoying the posts. 🙂 I was beginning to wonder if the repetitiveness was a bit too much.
      And thanks for your comments on the new look. I prefer it to the last. 😉

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