It’s not yet Thanksgiving, and premature Christmas fare normally turns my stomach, but in this case, we have a deserved exception.
I have persuaded H. to allow me to publish two quirky children’s books she has written and illustrated. She created and gave the books to me as Christmas presents, and I figured they should be shared. Even in cartoon form, I loved the care and biological “correctness” of many of the illustrations, and the clever writing that accompanies the images.
The first story is about Christmas under the sea. (Link is a 5.1MB .pdf file.)
The next story is a quirky children’s book about Christmas with anthropomorphized human organs, including and eye, a stomach, a nose, an ear and a heart. (Link is a 21.7MB .pdf file.)