“You told your parents you were coming to the library for The Baby-Sitters Club?
They know you meant the books, right?”
“Hey, mom! I gave myself a haircut. I’m ready for virtual school!”
“Seeds showing up in your mailbox? Suspicious? I say, delicious!”
(Note for humans: Don’t feed birds unknown seeds!)
“Walk away from the computer screen, slowly, that’s right.
Pick up a book, yep, that one’s good. Now, read.”
Just stay at home and watch the Bird Library, it’s safe for everyone!
“Time to go poop on something. And don’t worry,
if I can’t find a statue, there are plenty of deserving heads out there.”
Like my haircut? I did it myself!
“Oh, look at me. I’m a delicious little seed with a crunchy shield around me. Oh, look at that, I have infiltrated your shield. You are weak! Aw, poor baby, are you crying?”
Look what the migration dragged in. It’s a Rose-Breasted Grosbeak!
We noticed a female goldfinch eating dandelion fluff in the yard the other day.
Looks like we’re not the only ones that noticed her! This guy has been hanging out ever since.
“Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl
With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there.”
“Why do you think they are covering their faces?
Are they hiding something? Are they growing beaks?
What if they start eating the seed they give to us?”
“I couldn’t find my hands, so I just washed everything for 20 seconds.”
“Do you think it’s safe? The humans might have touched it.”
“But, I forgot how to find food, how did we do it before bird feeders?”
Stay at Home menu
breakfast: oatmeal cookie
lunch: ice cream sandwich
dinner: 3 cheese casserole – cheesecake, cheese puffs, mac & cheese
“You’ve been so socially distant lately. I think we may be growing apart.”
“Can you move over a few more feet?”
“Ok class, smile for the camera. Say, toilet paper.”
…but I’m not even social.
“This is serious, we may soon be the only library still open. You are going to have to library like you’ve never libraried before! Can you handle it?”
“I’m a librarian, I can handle anything.”
“Welcome to the first Nap Club of the new year. Now remember, the first rule of Nap Club is no one talks about Nap Club. Let’s make this a good, clean nap.”