What baby doesn't want to hear the tale of a saucy gal and a standoffish dude and all their drama? No baby, that's what baby! I found Pride and Prejudice for Babies while browsing at Nathan & Co. after my massage on Wednesday (yes, I am trying to treat myself right after a streak of bad bad days/weeks/months).
I also stayed up late last night, finally reading the copy of Brideshead Revisited that I found on the street (I'm serious, there are so many good books lining the gutters of Oakland. I don't get it.) I think that this tale of shattered innocence, adultery, and hereditary alcoholism would also make an excellent board book for children.
I've never read any Evelyn Waugh (only to be said in the poshest of British accents; Eeeevelyn Waaaugh) before and it was pretty addictive. I was not pleased with the ending, but what can you do? Now I get to watch this:
which should not be a problem due to this: