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A Book Review or Part Two of What is PD Eastman Teaching Our Kids?

Disclaimer: again I was going to write a real post... And then this was too good not to post... And if you follow me on twitter you may have seen it... And this is completely inappropriate... And this paragraph is some of the worst grammar I've used... Probably. Also I really like PD Eastman but he left himself wide open for this.

We got our first snow this weekend... And it's awesome because while it's MF's third season of snow it's really the first time he gets how awesome it is... Or at least that it exists.

A few weeks ago Staci had the great idea to get MF a book about snow so he could learn about it before it hits. She picked up PD Eastman's Snow.

And, well, not sure I really need to comment about how this looks out of context.

Even the dog is embarrassed. 

Really it's PD and Roy McKie's book so I'm not sure who's to blame. And for what it's worth the book is great.

P.S. Miloh when you're reading this it's inappropriate because you should never through a snowball in someone's face... Yeah, that's it... Don't look into it any further.

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  1. Wow!!!! Thanks for posting. Good laugh on a Monday morning!

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