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Posted by SweetIrony at on August 12, 2003 at 10:27:26:

In Reply to: Meg, Sam & Ham - The Children's Book posted by Trent Reno on August 12, 2003 at 10:00:32:

I should mention [in case you missed it when the book was originally released to (or on?) the public,] my daughter and I wrote this book Saturday when we decided to start teaching the youngest to read. Normally I wouldn't make a beginning reader so dark, but my daughter got angry when I told her that we had to use all small words (I guess she felt I was interfering w/her creative process.) which brought about Sam's untimely demise.

Tom had a vision for the illustration and was kind enough to bring it to life.

Now that Kevin has given his review, I believe I'm going to print some and provide them to all the kindergartners at my kids' school. If they're traumatized - oh well, they have to learn about death sometime.

: "Not only poetically succinct, but a true life lesson as well."
: - Kevin Smith

: Meg, Sam & Ham

: Written by SweetIrony
: Illustrated by Tom (POJK)
: Hosted by WMC

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