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Taxidermy by Dr. Seuss

Of those people who have existed with an imagination nigh unto genius, we should always remember to include the incredible Dr. Seuss, who introduced us, many times as children, to weird lands and twisted logic, learning mathematics according to one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, and the joy of simply exploring the wonder of the unknown. So in browsing about, I came across this site, which is, as one might guess, a bit out of the ordinary and reveals some of the critters and animals inspired by the great Seuss–animals you aren’t exactly going to come across during a hike in the woods.

In other news, I’m going to try and make it to the John Connolly reading and signing event tonight:


Tuesday, November 7, 6.30PM
Talk and Signing: Black Orchid Bookstore
309 East 81st St (between 1st and 2nd)
NY 10028
Tel: 212-734-5980

Take a look at his site (John Connolly) for upcoming tour dates and see if he is in your city. I’ve got my copy of The Book of Lost Things, which you can purchase here:
Amazon: The Book of Lost Things

So far it as an incredibly poetic and enthralling read. More on the signing tomorrow if it all goes as planned.

I see that smile.

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