Collecting Pipes in Children's Literature
In another blog post, I mentioned that some things seem to pop up over and over again in children's books. Since writing about the red balloons, I've noticed more! It also appears that pipes like to make an appearance in kid's books as well. Here are some of the best pipes I've collected in the past few weeks as Oscar and I read together. Am I missing any? Have you noticed any reoccurring things popping up in illustrations?
|Of course Crispin's Crispian in |
Mister Dog by Margaret Wise Brown has a pipe
|And he doesn't mind sharing it either.|
|Whether looking for work...|
|...or on the job...|
|...or taking it easy, Mike Mulligan has a pipe|
from Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
by Virginia Lee Burton
|It's not just the older books!|
Check out the hunter in
The Wolf, The Duck & The Mouse
by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen
|In one of our favorite books|
In the Town, All Year 'Round
by Rotraut Susanne Berner
there are plenty of pipes to find!
|Originally a German book published in four books,|
our version is a large size with all four seasons together.
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