Thursday, September 13, 2012

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A Silly Song and a Half!

Jack and Jill
Start up a hill
But stop at the house that Jack built.
There was a mouse
That hid in the house,
Which terrified Jill,
Who took to the hill—
For Jill was, all-in-all, a responsible girl and she stayed mindful of her commission—
namely fetching a pail of water.
Back at the house,
Still hiding the mouse,
Jack set out to jail
The pest in a pail;
And Jack—
Adept at catching mice, cats, dogs, mammals of all kinds, really—
Looked high and low and caught her.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Monday, September 10, 2012

More Silly Songs, You Say?

Red Riding Hood goes on a spree;
Granny ends bad as can be.
She starts off scarcely ill, then
She's landfill.
Red Hood's tale ain't her cup of tea.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Reprintings We Love

Debut Ame Dyckman's tour de force (with an assist for DanYaccarino) is racing for its FOURTH printing, giving folks 5ooo more copies to buy!

Meanwhile, Candlewick editor Sarah Ketchersid says Maribeth Boelts's lovely, lovely, NECESSARY book is heading for its TENTH PRINTING! 

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