1) In "An Evening with Kevin Smith"--I think #2, or a Threevening... I'm not sure--- at any rate, in one of the multiple Evenings with Kevin Smith, he mentions that his daughter loves this book. Which, sadly, we don't have at our library. But we should, since I don't know a single person under 40 who wouldn't at some point or another want their kids to read a book endorsed by a guy who's responsible for some of the most ridiculous stuff in cinema as well as certain songs becoming so iconic you simultaneously want to listen to them forever and never hear them again
2) In one of my favorite shows Law & Order: SVU, Stabler and Benson are not returning. They leave a hole that is rumored to be filled by Jennifer Love Hewitt, but I really think that all stories should now be filled by Munch and Finn, played by Richard Belzer and Ice-T.
(Why rely on Internet memes when our faces are capable of comedic genius daily?)
*I understand that Ice-T is not the name of his character, but it fits better. This is officially a Super-Long Caption
It is written in the First Person POV of a dog who thinks her name is Down Girl. She calls her master Rruff. It's a perfect depiction of what seems to go on in the brains of pets, second only to this fabulously written piece. That post helped us make the command decision to drug our cats on our recent cross-country move.
Down Girl and Sit have three books in their series, and based on the first one I'm giving them an A+. This book had me smiling, and chuckling, and reading portions aloud to my fiancee just so that I could read it aloud. These are definitely going to be future Family Time Read Aloud material. Probably in the fall. I may wear dog ears.