This Cat Suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder, Get It Some Pills

Snow note
The neighbors.

They love their pencils.

We wait.

Water feeds the flowers, oil feeds the flame.  That is one amazing vase.

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.

Nervous notes image courtesy of woodleywonderworks.
Puerile pencils image courtesy of LibAmanda.
Sedate seats image courtesy of Alex Liivet.
Abstract art image courtesy of Rahul shah.



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January 3rd, 2013  9:09 PM

Reading it bottom up is a little awkward.

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January 3rd, 2013  11:14 PM

Any note whose salutation is “neighbor” goes straight in the trash.

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January 4th, 2013  6:30 AM

1. Notes on the door.
2. Pencils I adore.
3. The waiting room floor.
4. Plants sprung from the spore.

Profile photo of The Livid LibrarianThe Livid Librarian
January 4th, 2013  8:15 AM

People that do not get cats should not be writing notes about cat care. That is all.
-The cat lady

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January 4th, 2013  11:42 AM

I feel like I entered the past. Have not been in a waiting area like that forever, and I cannot even remember the last time I saw pencils bunched up like that.