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Little Red Riding Hood

“What have you got for me Jenkins?”

“A body sir. Splattered all over the courtyard. A right mess. Appears he fell from that wall over there.” 131 more words

Short Stories

Jabbering with Proud Verbs

Have you ever gimbled in a wade with slithy toves? Did you ever see the mome raths outgrabe? No? Then you probably missed out on a few treats! 566 more words

Alice In Wonderland

010517: A New Year (and a New Show)

I’ve been looking through old libraries lately and running across files that I had long ago forgotten about. My studio is in a state of upheaval, having just finished printing for an upcoming show – that and boxes everywhere in preparation for my upcoming move. 132 more words


Something for the Kids

Nursery Rhymes – Kids Learning Videos

Watch the latest nursery rhymes and kids learning videos for children by Kids Yogi. Enjoy these animated nursery rhymes and let your kids learn and grow. 84 more words

Kids Poem

The Uncle Bardie Plan for New Year's Resolutin'

To resolution or not to resolution. That is the $64,000 question.

Every New Year’s we sit down and make a list of all those bad behaviors we don’t like about ourselves. 238 more words


Humpty Dumpty's Grave

Whitby is full of rich literary history, from being the the holiday destination of Charles

Dickens, and Lewis Carroll, to inspiring the classic novel Count Dracula. 164 more words


'Twas Pterodactyl, Sauropod

Original pencil drawing of the sleeping Gryphon,
John Tenniel (1820 – 1914) 


“Jabberwocky” is a poem of nonsense verse written by Lewis Carroll, and was a part of his novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1872). 891 more words