I was innocently browsing my email and checking out a few random links while my triplets nap (thank you, thank you God), when I suddenly had one of those flashes of memory you get for no particular reason.
Basically, it was of an alphabet with a rhyme for each letter consisting of something like “R is for Rachel who was crushed by a house” (except it worked with the letter, you know what I mean, I’m too tired to try to think of a rhyme right now). There were also drawings that remind me, in my memory, of the drawings that went with the books about - oh crap, trying to remember the title - memory obviously not up to snuff today - :smack: - oh yeah, the John Bellairs books, such as “The House with a Clock in its Walls”. That book scared the bejeezus out of me when I read it for the first time, I think I was around 5 (yes, I read early), and I remember the style of the art was rather unusual.
In any case, the art work accompanying the alphabet rhymes of which this post is supposed to be about resembles that, at least in my memory.
Can someone help me find this? I think I had this book or poster or whatever it was as a child and found it fascinatingly morbid and would love to get it for my 5-year-old, to read just before I shut off his light. (joking (sort of))
I’m sure this is an easy question, I appreciate the help.