Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Brevity

Mama’s Losin’ It challenge

Therefore, since brevity is the soul of wit,
And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will be brief.
~William Shakespeare, Hamlet

2.) Write five "Incredibly Short Books".

“King Arthur and His Rectangular Table” –by Mordred the Miffed

“The Rabid Squirrel Goes to the Dentist.” (children’s book) –by Sir Nutkin

“Zee Frenchman who Spoke English to zee American Tourist” image-by Jaques the Waiter

“The Ballerina with Perfect Toes” -Degas

“The Frog who wore Flip-flops” (children’s book) – by Toe-fu Tad

12 comments:

Farmers Wife said...

This is really funny. I think my kids would appreciate that book!!

CJ said...

I'm enjoying how create everyone is with the book titles.

Jenners said...

Visting from Mama Kats...

I'm loving the book title prompt ... the ballerina one cracked me up!!! Great job! Weren't they fun to write?

Melissa said...

I can attest to the ballarina toes. My feet are pretty nasty. Very creative titles!~ Visiting from Mama Kats

Foursons said...

Wow, great job! I didn't do this one 'cause it seemed so hard.

mommymuse said...

You are so clever :)

Welch Mom said...

So funny as usual!

Unknown Mami said...

I love that you included the author's names. Tres funny!

Brandi said...

Very cute. :)

Dan said...

Good job. I love short book titles. BTW, the Son actually met a French Waiter who was willing to debase himself and speak French 7 or 8 years ago. So they do exist!

Casey said...

Haha! I think you should write the first one!

Natalie said...

Ha ha ha...those sound like five works of literature I could actually handle. :)