Required for all first-semester students. Introductory course with emphasis on proper howling techniques. Schedule permitting, students may advance to intermediate topics such as drinking piña coladas at Trader Vic’s, and hair care.
“Will you kids stop wriggling about down there? How am I supposed to sneak you in on one ticket if you won’t hold still?!”
There’s thrifty, and then there’s just cheap, Janet B.
My Summer Reading List
by Adoptable Brooklyn Kittehs at the Empty Cage Collective
1. Grant, Judyann Ackerman. Chicken Said “Cluck”!
2. Willems, Mo. Are You Ready to Play Outside?
3. Elliott, Zetta. Bird
4. Michaelis, Antonia. Tiger Moon
5. Arnosky, Jim. Wild Tracks!: A Guide to Nature’s Footprints
Extra Credit: Davis, Eleanor. Stinky
Is there a kitten-sized Kindle available for this, Nicole G.? Notable Children’s Books selected by the kittehs from American Library Association.
It all began when that mean TV lady unleashed the hypnotic power that cupcakes have over the feeble canine mind…
… and soon, dogs everywhere had fallen helpless under their vanilla-swirled spell…
Wake up, Fido, before it’s too late! Rise up against your sugar-frosted overlords–before they enslave us all!
A mind-melding apple turnover compels me to credit Micaela R. (middle photo) and Cindy L. (bottom photo).
Really, I’m too tired, and besides, you’re the one who wanted the “Hunchback of Notre Dame clock/radio with authentic bell sounds,” so just give Quasimodo there a pat on the back and shut that thing off, thanks.