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    The Wonder of Sonder

    When children come up with unique words they do not just show a stage of the technical development of language but also their unique understanding of aspects of their lives. Parents or those who look after them often 'get it' whilst nobody else does just because they are tuned in. These words are often kept as unique memories of a child's inner world.

    I would like to offer one of my own. 'Imaginating' which ha...

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