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Over at babble, Sunnychanel posts the covers of various well-known books and her six-year-old daughter's comments on what they might be about. Here's her take on One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest:
"I think it’s a book for kiddies, it’s a colorful book. I think it’s about a tiny bird that flew over a cuckoo bird's nest, that is why it’s named that. It looks like a really sweet kiddy book."
Love this, will probably join in with Luke and Vivi's assessments of some of our books. Watch this space. Via the fascinating Marina Endicott on facebook (and the mysterious Henry Giallo.)
Posted by Stephany Aulenback on July 18, 2012 at 06:37 PM in Books, Childhood, Illustration | Permalink
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