This book is one of those books that will always be best on paper, to be read aloud. Each of the illistrations in the book has an explanatory note, which tells about what’s going on in the picture and how it relates to the story.
I’ve put the pictures in the podcast, but not the explanations. I’ll keep experimenting with them, but I’m not sure what will be a good way to do them so that someone listening, and not watching, will be able to tell what’s going on.
Anyways, tell me what you think. These stories are some of my favorite, and I’m forcing myself to do them in order, and not just jump ahead to The Elephant’s Child.