Saturday, August 06, 2005

One Drop at a Time

Dan Waber's serial alphabet book continues with the letter D. This time the D in "gumdrop" is made large and purple and almost-dropsical (if only it was drooping into a sack rather than rising into a mound). Again, the purple of the D is meant to resemble the item at hand, just as with the inchworm. We await the other 22 installments of the alphabet.

un violon d'ingres

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