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1. Fabian Escapes

I try not to take this personally, but every time I come home my cat Binky bolts out the door. No enthusiastic greetings or purring declarations of how much I was missed, all I see is his hairy hiney disappearing around the corner. Read more after the jump. Fabian the cat, one of the heroes of [...]

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2. Where's my pencil? Inspired by Peter McCarty

We've had a few quiet weeks with Hondo & Fabian, for nap and bedtime reading. And of course the lovely sequel, Fabian Escapes. There he is above, making a break from the baby.

When you look long and hard at these beautiful pictures, you'll probably itch for your pencil like me. But lush graphite softness aside, these are wonderful stories for even the littlest readers. I need to go pick up Peter McCarty's latest book - something a little lighter stylistically: Henry in Love Go visit Peter's website for a lovely history of his career, told in a very personal tone. Much like his books.

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