>This space for rent

>Our (well, Kitty’s) very own licensed characters, Jakob and Chloe, celebrate Dr. Seuss Day.

Alice Hoffman About Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman is the author of more than thirty best-selling titles for adults, including Practical Magic and The Museum of Extraordinary Things. Her latest novel for children is Nightbird (Lamb/Random), reviewed in this issue.


  1. Kristin Cashore says:

    >Roger, I can't not respond with a picture of my twin nieces when they were still teeny.

  2. >Oh! Those Things are wonderful!

  3. Anonymous says:

    >Jakob's looking a bit gangsta!


  4. >I know. When you tell him to smile, that's what you get these days. I was going to add to my comment that Kristin's nieces look angelic and non-threatening, but I then thought I shouldn't draw any more attention to the semi-choke-hold he's got on his sister.

  5. >I think he's being protective. Back off, potential future suitors!

  6. Kristin Cashore says:

    >Kitty, if it's any comfort, my nieces are now old enough to have discovered that if one of them dares to have something the other one wants (an especially problematic situation when only one of said item exists), biting, knocking each other off the furniture, and/or stealing the item and running all work really well. :o)

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