Our semi-weekly survey of the tidbits that cross the The Seven-Year-Old’s desk.
In the news:
Martin Le-May’s photograph of a weasel riding on a woodpecker’s back flew across my Facebook feed this week, captivating every seven-going-on-eight-year-old in its path.
A sampling of this week’s books:
Dragons: Truth, Myth, and Legends by David Passes
“It’s my second time checking this one out, Mommyo.”
Furlie Cat by Berniece Freschet
Furlie is afraid of nearly everything. Including showing fear. So he becomes a bully. The plan works until the night he gets stuck in a tree.
Stick Dog by Tom Watson
Stick Dog goes on an epic quest for a hamburger. I’m guessing I have Stick Dog to thank for the fact that The Seven-Year-Old finally ate a hamburger without complaining this week.
Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog by Tom Watson
Dear Stick Dog, could you go on an epic quest for a pear next week? The Seven-Year-Old is already sold on hot dogs.
- What’s on The Seven-Year-Old’s Mind this week? (Caterpickles)