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Saturday, June 16, 2018

The Inspiration of Lewis Carroll (PRESENTATION UPDATE)


As I mentioned in a prior entry here on Blogger, I am scheduled to give a talk at an assembly that is taking place at an all boys lower prep school.

My talk will be on all the wild birds featured in book series: Words In Our Beak

I will have a number of slides for the students to view via a presentation that I created in the Keynote Ap on my Mac.

Twenty-one bird types are included and each variety begins with a given bird asking, "Who am I?"

As I prepared the upcoming presentation, a caterpillar's question to Alice (in Lewis Carroll's famous book) re who she was came to my mind (as evidenced in the image atop this entry).

This insect type can be seen in the first image. It is a picture which is also featured in volume one of the Words In Our Beak book series.

Alice's answer can be seen in the image directly below.


Since Father's Day is tomorrow, I'm sharing this info with you in the event that someone in your life (be your own father or grandfather, your son, an uncle, a cousin, a neighbor, a teacher, a mentor, a co-worker...) is a father; for this book series (seen below) makes a great gift for the occasion.


Hardcover versions of Volume One, Two and Three can be found wherever books are sold.


Please click here to go to my blog post that provides details as to where you can get these books. Additionally, I have rendered some images from these books into other formats and they are available via Fine Art America (FAA). Some of my other photographs (Black & White CollectionKaleidoscopic Images and the famous Mandarin duck who visited NYC) can also be found on my FAA pages.


When the third volume of the hard-cover version of Words In Our Beak was released, I withdrew from promoting my former versions of Words In Our Beak. 

The very first one is an iBook and went into Apple's book store in 2015.

This was followed by an ePub version...

... that is available on Amazon and was also published in 2015.

Subsequently, Words In Our Beak's digital versions were published as a soft-cover book (with slight variations) by MagCloud in 2017.

Its press release can be read by clicking here.  

Now with the release of BIRD TALES....

... I've been advised to make mention of my early versions of volume one of Words In Our Beak, they do vary ever so slightly in content from the hard-cover version of volume one.

As of this addendum, I do not intend to create digital or soft-cover versions of Words In Our Beak Volume Two or Words In Our Beak Volume Three.

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