Betsy wanted to get Kate out of the realm of bratty children's book protagonists, so she thought the world's greatest friendship pair was the way to go. Three top contenders that all feature light blue skies on their covers, apparently. That's the question the sisters set out to answer. For Betsy's part, she gets to wax loquacious on her horizontal pupil theory of children's literature. Read the article "Buzz off" and other advice from one writer to another: Along the way they tackle grammar, fetlocks, sitting on children, and donkey boulders.
Part of a long tradition of picture books in which the protagonist gets eaten:
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You get to hear Betsy's cute little bunny voice, which she only gets to whip out once in a while. Very special for a number of reasons, not least of which is the fact that Kate took five hours to edit this episode down from two and a half hours to a svelte, sleek Our latest podcast marks a first. Along the way Betsy discusses her most successful Halloween costume of all time, and Kate suffers through her third day on the Whole This week they talk about whether or not this book has Fellini aspects to it, Bunny Protective Services the BPSand a furthering of Kate's ghost grandma theory which Betsy kind of loves but don't tell her. Still was fun, though. The Legend of Zelda: