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1. The Horn Book gets a cookie!

A box from Dina Sherman at Disney-Hyperion arrived just in time for after-lunch dessert.

cookies box The Horn Book gets a cookie!

With a label like this,

cookies label2 The Horn Book gets a cookie!

clearly the contents were going to be awesome. But they were awesome even beyond our expectations:

pigeon cookies The Horn Book gets a cookie!

Thanks so much, Dina and Disney-Hyperion! The cookies are almost too cute to eat, but we’re all looking forward to a Pigeon-themed afternoon sugar high.

For more Pigeon madness, see our reviews of The Duckling Gets a Cookie?! and Don’t Let the Pigeon Run This App!

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