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The Furry Agenda--

I'm building a 170-book package to be distributed to schools at a large discount.

The ratio of fuzzy animal stories to human stories is higher than it might otherwise be.

: adds a book about foxes. La, la.

Trust me, if you're obsessive-compulsive, this is fun.

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spottylogic
Mar. 3rd, 2004 04:20 pm (UTC)
Woohoo. Just added the titles "Headfirst into the Oatmeal" and "The Trouble with Oatmeal."

I'm pumped, let me just say now.
poppinjaye
Mar. 4th, 2004 06:32 am (UTC)
I just ate oatmeal. The maple and brown sugar kind. This is pretty much what I have every day for breakfast, at work. When it's cold out, anyway (so from September-May) ;)
vioxel
Mar. 3rd, 2004 07:42 pm (UTC)
Ooh! Ooh! Can we make requests? Probably not. It would be cool, though.

I'll make them anyway, even if there's no chance of including them.

Morgan and Yew
Serendipity
Search for the Saveopotomas

in fact, how about the collected works of Stephen Cosgrove? Yeah, my parents were hippie wannabes.

As far as I know, they're all animal stories. Some of them are fictional animals, but they're all adorable.

Okay. I must re-read Leo the Lop now.

*hugs*
fairy_wench
Mar. 3rd, 2004 08:47 pm (UTC)
oohh!!! I have all of those!! *bouncebounce* I actually almost got a Serendipity tattoo....okay, that was probably too much information, I'll just go hide in the corner now...

Seriously, though, are those even still in print? Cause a friend of mine has a kiddo that just turned 4, and I'd kinda like to find them...
vioxel
Mar. 3rd, 2004 08:56 pm (UTC)
This is a customer-made list of some of those books. I don't know if that's all of Cosgrove's work or not.

So, it seems they are reprinted. Every now and then I am tempted to track down first printings of them to replace the ones from my childhood that have been lost. I have Morgan and Yew, but my Serendipity got lost along the way (appropriately enough). I hope it found it's way to another kid somewhere.

I think a Serendipity tattoo is a great idea. Much better than the tribal bands and such that seem so popular today. :-)
fairy_wench
Mar. 4th, 2004 07:34 am (UTC)
Whhheeee! *skips off to immerse herself in children's literature--gotta do something useful when home sick from work ;)*

As for the tattoo--if I had been totally sober, I would have gotten Serendipity; alas, I'm a cheap date and the friend getting the tattoo with me convinced me to get a tribal butterfly. So, I'm going back for my Sere...or a Flutterby.
spottylogic
Mar. 4th, 2004 06:36 am (UTC)
Just so you's know, the new age bookstore on South Lamar, I forget what it's called, carries a huge selection of Serendipity books. And wonderful though they are, unfortunately we don't print them :( Otherwise, yes, flying miniature unicorns would be currently abounding.
artfulreggie
Mar. 4th, 2004 06:06 am (UTC)
Such guile hasn't been seen since the great Where's Waldo Holocaust of '92.

My hat goes off to you.
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