In three books I get to say a really exciting sentence.
This next book's title
gives me some rather odd ideas about the story...
I'm totally picturing
and Russian Jews
all mixed together.
That probably wasn't the author's intention.
Dinotopia would be funnier.
I've seen the spine of the next book several times,
but never actually checked out the cover until now.
I'm a little disappointed.
I was hoping for a story or something along the lines of
the little(est) people (Brownies?) from the movie
not more Jewish history.
What a bummer.
Book three is apparently a cartoon book.
Not that we can tell from it's missing cover.
But that's not what's important here.
It's what I get to say after this book.
END BOOKCASE ONE.
We finished one whole book case.
I did cheat just a bit.
I started with a bookcase that had movies on the top shelf.
If you haven't noticed,
this blog is called
"Books on my Parents' Shelves,"
"Movies on my Parents' Shelves."
There's a big difference.
If you wanted to see scans of movie covers,
And tough luck.
This next author may not have realized something...
Quotes that aren't quotes
are just sentences.
If you can't tell already,
the new bookcase we're on has a very different collection of books on it.