Much to his parents' consternation, the delightfully androgynous
everychild narrator of Michael Ian Black's Naked! has a bathtub
epiphany. Lose the clothes. Anything worth doing, cookie eating, for
example, can be accomplished in the altogether. Perhaps even
attending school and having fun on the playground? Who needs clothes--
except maybe a cape?
The Garden of Eden status does not last forever. So what brings
everychild to acknowledge the need for pants, a top, and even
slippers? Feeling cold.
Parents of very young kids, do not buy or borrow this lively
and colorful volume unless you're prepared to read it aloud about a
gazillion times. It's sure to become a family favorite.
On a personal note, the day after Christmas Eugene took me to Jo-Ann
Fabrics. I was able to get quite a stash of embroidery floss with the
gift card Adam gave me.
A great big shout out goes out to my fellow counted cross stitch
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