If that voice sounds true, don't thank me. Thank that great horned owl. (Or perhaps it was not an owl after all?) And thank the children, my own and others, who have never forgotten that a good story can be true. For they understand that the power of imagination is truly the power of creation.
Which of the following is implied in the paragraph?
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Here are the answer choices
A:The author doesn't want the reader to thank the horned owl for voice.
B: The author doesn't think voices can be true.
C: The author believes that some people forget about the power of imagination.
D: The author believes imagination and creation are connected.
you've had this up for three days with no answer? your answer is D