Of a park bench and a prescription. And a toothbrush in a mug. It’s got half-lit cigarettes and broken geysers. And a cute apartment in Prague. There’s a fortune cookie, some pigeons in cages and stars tumbling from the sky. There’s the usual traffic, a digital wristwatch and a violin from Uncle James.
We can go on, but you’d rather see for yourself.
For we think this book has pictures.
But some say it’s full of poems.
After their first bestseller, Terribly Tiny Tales and Penguin come together on the same page once again.