by Jules Feiffer, c1999.
To celebrate the royal baby George Alexander Louis of course!
A humorous take on the already humorous “there was an old lady who swallowed a fly” concept.
There are two major differences between George’s tale and the old lady’s:
No one even thinks about why George has random animals roaming about his intestinal tract.
“I don’t know why she swallowed the fly.”
No one speculates about George’s mortality.
“Perhaps she’ll die.”
These are two valid concerns when one mammal begins regurgitating other species.
Maybe someone should be more worried about George huh?
Reading to babies is the best part of being an Auntie!