Happy Caturday — National Library Week edition

BAMBI

84 CHARING CROSS ROAD

OLD POSSUM’S BOOK OF PRACTICAL CATS

THE FROG PRINCE

THE WOODLANDERS

BLACK BEAUTY

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD

THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES

CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT

LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS

THE SNOW QUEEN

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

PUSS IN BOOTS

SLEEPING BEAUTY

THE RELUCTANT DRAGON

THE SECRET GARDEN

THE RAVEN

SNOW WHITE

THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR

CHICKEN LITTLE

DRACULA

BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO YOGA

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN, AND NOD

THE WIZARD OF OZ

FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AND HOW THEY GREW

HARRY POTTER

TREASURE ISLAND

MACBETH

LITTLE WOMEN

THUMBELINA

HANSEL AND GRETEL

CINDERELLA

THE THREE MUSKETEERS

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

THE HORSE AND HIS BOY

ROMEO AND JULIET

THE JOY OF COOKING

19 Responses to Happy Caturday — National Library Week edition

  1. […] via Happy Caturday — National Library Week edition — bluebird of bitterness […]

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  2. julesmomcat says:

    PURRR-fect!!!….as always!

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  3. Debra She Who Seeks says:

    Very clever! Plus you mentioned some books I haven’t thought about in years!

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  4. jenny_o says:

    How perfectly illustrated!

    Took a turn at the end, there, though 🙂 lol

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  5. atimetoshare.me says:

    Hilarious as usual 😻😺😺

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  6. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    Great tribute by Bluebird 👍

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  7. ibikenyc says:

    Okay; I’ll take them all ❤

    Where do I sign?

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  8. Wow! This is amazing! How do you do it? You are one clever bird!

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  9. Candice says:

    I enjoyed these a lot!

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  10. These are great. 😀 — Suzanne

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  11. Russel Bauer says:

    A clever blend, plus a euphoric wave of nostalgia for #24 – Wynken, Blynken, and Nod. This chidren’s fantasy poem by Eugene Field is contained in a 1950 book, The Tall Book of Make-Believe, which was read to me over and over by my parents. Then by me to my children and grandchildren. And I hope to my great children in the future. This ragged and torn relic sits in a prominent place in my bookcase. Thanks BoB.

    Sent from my iPad

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