Mysterious Book

5 Feb
Jade has been getting birthday presents all week.  Today she got Richard Scarry’s "Best Picture Dictionary Ever" and Sandra Boynton’s "Barnyard Dance" from Auntie Lindsay and Uncle James.  She also got some Roots Baby socks from Tom and Tammy.  Yesterday when we were at Marusia’s, she got a sparkly board book with the words to "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" in it.  Everyone has been so thoughtful!
But one present that we received late last week is mysterious.  It’s a tiny book (only a couply of inches tall and wide) and it’s totally up my alley because it’s called "Red is Best".  As I have mentioned before, that’s a philosophy I live by.  But the book is mysterious because we have absolutely no idea who sent it.  It was actually sent to Jade, so we assume it’s a birthday present, but we can’t thank the person who sent it.
So, mysterious book sender out there: thank you.

4 Responses to “Mysterious Book”

  1. Lindsay February 6, 2007 at 8:29 am #

    HI! That one was from us too! I\’m surprised they didn\’t send them all together…weird. We saw the title and thought of you. So, your welcome.

  2. Lindsay February 6, 2007 at 8:31 am #

    By the way, we read the Barnyard book all the time at the library. It\’s one of Alexandria\’s fav\’s. Hopefully Jade loves it just as much.

  3. Fawn February 7, 2007 at 12:13 pm #

    Ahh!  It\’s so nice to have that mystery solved! 🙂

  4. Unknown February 23, 2007 at 11:37 am #

    We have a son who\’s favorite book is Richard Scary\’s Cars and Trucks and things that Go.  It\’s my opinion that the Richard Scary\’s are the most interactive so far..I love them!

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