David Goes to School

Day 187

If you know the David books, you know that the author, David Shannon, has created a little boy full of mischief; the adults in his life are always telling him, “No, David!”  The third graders have created their own No, David! books — each class was given a destination for David and each child asked to create a page in the class’s book.  What follows are a few of the most interesting.  Click the thumbnails to enlarge.

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Good Night, Sleep Tight

Day 186

Okay cat, listen up.  We both need to sleep tonight, since last night wasn’t working. So:

  • You do not need to patrol the entire house (I’m closing the bedroom door just to prove it).
  • You don’t need to test your ability to jump on and off this bed.
  • The dog you smell hasn’t been around since New Year’s and won’t get you.  I promise.

 

Decades

Day 181

 

 

 

 

signage

Random questions re the above poster:

  1. How does one manage to spell “nonperishable product” but not “bringing”?
  2. What makes Quaker Oatmeal so unusual (“or even“)?
  3. To which decade does the person pictured belong? And what is he looking at?
  4. What does the semi-circle thing in the middle represent?
  5. “You can mix”?!?!?!?!?  Decades? This frightens me.
  6. Trivia bonus:  Who knows what Kraft Mac & Cheese is called in Canada?