Down the long corridors.
Lies the man with the elephant nose and finger toes.
He splatters the walls with the paint that he throws.
Then the red one arose.
It was all of them that he chose.
To suffer the throes.
Used predominantly to help children read, picture books contain images with a short statement underneath. In the Picture Book series, we hope to use the same technique to present a storyline that appeals to audiences of all ages, and to show that this format does not necessarily need to be limited to younger readers. Feel free to provide alternative captions and create a new story with the images above.
Colorful corridors image courtesy of Alex E. Proimos.
Cheerfully chalks image courtesy of AlecSchueler.
Wonderful walls image courtesy of Michael Zimmer.
Red repose image courtesy of yves.
Serious sores image courtesy of yves.
Throbbing throes image courtesy of Charles Haynes.