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Re: Do bookbinder's children have no baby books?
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- Subject: Re: Do bookbinder's children have no baby books?
- From: Seko Julia <sekoj@STRIPE.COLORADO.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 9 Oct 1997 14:55:02 -0600
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I printed a broadside for a boyfriend's newborn niece of the little
Scottish lullaby, "You shall have a fishie in a dishie when the boat comes
in." (The parents are both talented singers and of Scottish descent.)
Since then I have given it to other friends who have children, and
it has been fairly well received.
On Thu, 9 Oct 1997, Karen Sanders wrote:
> Well, if cobbler's children have no shoes,
> do bookbinders's children have baby books bought from Amazon.com?
> Has anyone here done anything exciting for their own child, for a friend's
> child or as a commissioned work?
> Or a commemorative text or broadside?
> Karen from Atlanta