Monday, May 21, 2007

Carnival of Children's Literature #14: Fiesta!



Hurrah for Susan Thomsen of Chicken Spaghetti! She put together the 14th Carnival of Children's Literature: The Fiesta Edition. The theme is multiculturalism (oops, I interpreted "fiesta" as a party and submitted an entry in which someone's party got ruined), and there are lots of goodies to enjoy.

10 comments:

HipWriterMama said...

Wahoo! With an introduction like yours, I had to promptly go check out your submission. Love it!

Lady K said...

LOL! You made the cut! LOVING IT!

Fridaysweb said...

parties and food? Where's my invitation? ;) You are so cool, Darlin'. I wish we lived close to one another.

limpy99 said...

While the fiesta sounds fascinating, I couldn't help but notice that Dr. Pepper has a museum.

Why?

Susan said...

Alkelda, I rolled fiesta, party, carnival, books, and other ingredients into a big ball o' fun. Thanks for the funny submission!

I've been to the Dr. Pepper Museum, and if you used to drink 6 a day like I did, well, you might find it kinda interesting... If not, well, there's good Mexican food nearby. Viva la Waco. Or something like that!

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Thanks, all!

Re: Dr. Pepper--Back when I drank soft-drinks, I enjoyed Dr. Pepper quite a bit. It was a special treat, though, like real root-beer. Now, it's just all too sweet.

Susan said...

Yeah, give me a glass of unsweetened iced tea any time! Once in a blue moon I have a soda these days, though I haven't had a Dr. Pepper (Mr. Pibb was no substitute) in eons.

cloudscome said...

Where did you get that cool button?

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

cloudscome: I made it using Microsoft Publisher. Thanks!

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

cloudscome: It's actually a banner, not a button. I don't know how to make buttons.