.Behind the Redwood Curtain.

Today I found this in a free pile at the elementary school I visited today. 

I fucking love this book.

Especially near the end when it says, "They (cats) bit and scratched and clawed each other and made such a great noise that the very old man and the very old woman ran into the house as fast as they could. They did not like such quarreling. But after a while the noise stopped and the very old man and the very old woman peeped out of the window to see what had happened. They could not see a single cat! ‘I think they must have eaten each other all up’ said the very old woman, ‘It’s too bad!"

PS: Fun fact Millions of Cats is the oldest American picture book still in print! View Larger

Today I found this in a free pile at the elementary school I visited today.

I fucking love this book.

Especially near the end when it says, "They (cats) bit and scratched and clawed each other and made such a great noise that the very old man and the very old woman ran into the house as fast as they could. They did not like such quarreling. But after a while the noise stopped and the very old man and the very old woman peeped out of the window to see what had happened. They could not see a single cat! ‘I think they must have eaten each other all up’ said the very old woman, ‘It’s too bad!"

PS: Fun fact Millions of Cats is the oldest American picture book still in print!



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