On they went, Paul and Bimbo and Totzo and the Snow-man, till soon they had left winter behind them and the leaves were thick on the trees and the fields were full of blossoming flowers.
In The Miz.
Written by Grace E. Ward.
Illustrations by Clara E. Atwood.
Little, Brown, & Co.: Boston. 1904.
6 thoughts on “Traveling Toward Summer!”
Heyy, I like the look and feel of your blog. The pictures are freaking BIG and bold!
This one reminds me of when I rode a elephant with my aunt as a kid. Even though I was sitting high, I wasn’t scared.
Now I feel like going for an elephant ride again. lol.
Glad the image was big and bold – that is all I really want! Elephants are big and tall so being scared is entirely normal and just right!
Fingers crossed 🙂
It will happen!
That snow-man’s going to run into trouble if he keeps heading for summer!
My thought exactly! I was hoping someone would notice this guy will melt (trust you to be the one). This is one strange story – why is a snow man running (and how does he do that)?
Thanks for shouting out the obvious!!! (and not so obvious)!