Here are pictures
of the book covers and some excerpts
Excerpts from "Spock
and Dracs, The Wilderness Weeks"
quite nimble for her age. It's surprising how quickly she can
move when Dracs is about to be sick. She jumps straight off
the chair, picks up a newspaper and is over to him. All in one
fluid movement. I don't know why she thinks it's such a treat
for him to be sick on a tatty old newspaper. He much prefers
gets quite cold once Ann switches the central heating off, so
Spock and I tried sleeping on her bed last night instead of
settling down on the settee like we normally do. Considering
how small she is, for a human, Ann takes up far too much of
the bed. She would insist on stretching out right under the
very middle of the duvet. It took Spock and me half the night
to nudge her over to the edge of the bed so we could get into
a comfortable position ourselves.
wanted to know how it is she manages to find cat litter all
over the living room carpet, when our tray's so big and deep.
Had the cheek to ask us if we play football when we're in it.
Has she no shame? As I said to Spock, do we ask her what the
strange noises are when she's in the bathroom? And why the towels
are too wet and soggy to curl up on when she finally comes out.
Ann Dickinson 1999
from "Spock and Dracs, The Wilderness Revisited"
from Winlaton was back today. We like Ann and an extra lap's
always welcome. Dracs and I promptly walked all over her to
let her know we were pleased to see her. She looked a bit bemused,
but I think she liked it really. I can't understand why people
yelp every now and again when we walk all over them. Ann did
it in bed last night, said could Dracs please keep his paws
off the more sensitive parts of her anatomy. Don't know what
she means, he never went near her ears.
and Jean came over this evening. We went upstairs to bed when
they started playing on Ann's computer. They were very impressed
at the speed with which we changed from being fast asleep on
the duvet to sitting at Ann's feet as they were leaving. Thought
the paw brake turns as we rounded the half landing were very
smooth and were flattered that we'd come down to say goodbye.
It was the least we could do. Especially when Ann rattled the
cat biscuit box.
Ann Dickinson 2000
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They each contain approximately 8 illustrations.
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