Wednesday, September 5, 2007

I want to see it, yes I do!



In the children's book "Put Me in the Zoo"author Robert Lopshire is responsible for the beloved cross-breed bearcat who's only desire is to be...in the zoo. His spots are very clever, and can be transmitted to non-animated objects, as well as the boy and girl who befriend him. He throws his spots in the air and folds them, and they even change colors. It's kind of a graphic fantasy...

Do you know where he gets to go at the end of the story?

10 comments:

Linda said...

Busch Gardens?

Holly said...

the circus? a Chicago Bears halftime show?

Anonymous said...

The pound

maddog said...

America's Funniest Home Videos...or, I believe he was cited at a celebrity funeral and at L.A.'s famous "Dog Pound" - a well-known night spot for rappers and such...

Christine said...

I don't know that book. I've seen it, but not read it to either of our girls. He's cute and friendly looking.

maddog said...

Oh, I just found out that he was banned from the set of the Beethoven movies because he was flining dots indiscriminately around the trailers and the food services area!

maria (age 6) said...

I think at the end he gets to go to the zoo.

Anonymous said...

THE CIRCUS!!!! YAAAAYYYYY!!!!

button said...

He's in my basement.

Zoe said...

He ends up at the circus with the little boy and girl and they are happy