Baby Books

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UOWedding scripts of baby books

Text of baby books:


Illustrated Tales, Vol. 1
Guilhem (ed.) & Iris (il.)

Clarke’s Printery is Honored to Present Illustrated Tales from Ages Past! Selected by Guilhem the Scholar and illustrated by Iris the Artist.

[Illustration: A ribbon of glittering air wends its way through marble hallways, over glowing runes, and past tall statues.]
In the Wind where the Balance Is Whispered in Hallways
In the Wind where the Magic Flows All through the Night

[Illustration: Figures wearing flowing robes made of calendar pages confer. Tiny numerals show that each day is the 71.5th day of the month.]
There live Mages and Mages
With Robes made of Whole Days

[Illustration: The shining pages of an open tome beckon, as if one might be able to turn the pages of this book within a book.]
Reading Books full of Doings
Printed on Light

[Illustration: Two silhouetted figures embrace. A spindle, measuring rod, and shears hover over them. A magical arrow flies from the left side of the page.]
In the Wind where the Lovers Are Crossed under Shadows
Where they Meet and are Parted
By the Orders of Fate

[Illustration: A bespectacled girl, a spell-casting reaper with bright eyes, and a bemused-looking black spider. Nonsense words decorate the page.]
The Girl becomes Tree,
And thus becomes Widow

[Illustration: A skinny boy, a grinning earth elemental, and a galloping nightmare. Nonsense words swirl around them.]
The Boy becomes Earth
And Wanders Till Late

[Illustration: A cloud of knives spins. Its crazed malice is evident even though it has no face.]
In the Wind are the Monster
First Born First Created
When Chanting and Ether
Mix Meddling and Nigh

[Illustration: An overhead view of a snake tangled around rocks. Its tail starts near the bottom right of the page, its head rests on a skull and crossbones at the top center of the page.]
Fear going to Wind,
Fear Finding its Plaitings,
Go Not to the Snakehills
Lest you Care to Die


Illustrated Tales, Vol. 2
Guilhem (ed.) & Iris (il.)

Clarke’s Printery is Honored to Present Illustrated Tales from Ages Past! Selected by Guilhem the Scholar and illustrated by Iris the Artist.

[Illustration: A little girl dancing across a field of stars, under a sky of roses.]
“Dance in the Star Chamber”

[Illustration: A mime in a sand pit dancing on the edge of a yet deeper pit of scorpions.]
“And Dance in the Pit”

[Illustration: A huge green dragon daintily eating a goat. Both are waving merrily at the reader.]
“And Eat of your Entrees”

[Illustration: A boy playing with blackrock pebbles. He sits in a gleaming glass house, which is shaped like a jellyfish.]
“In the Glass House you Sit.”