The Arctic Tern

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Notes:

1. Written on 7th November, 2012
2. It should say “if she wanted” on the moon page
3. But it’s a bit late to change it now

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Islands

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Notes:

1. Originally written on October 17th, 2012
2. This version was made on January 18th, 2013
3. For making into a little folded book from a single piece of card
4. That looked like this:

5. If you want to make your own one, please download the two images below, print them on opposite sides of the piece of card, and then fold them up like this.

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Islands

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Notes:

1. Written on 17 October, 2012
2. I’m sorry it is so charmlessly drawn
3. I later made a nicer version of this
4. On a single sheet of paper
5. Folded in 8
6. With some islands on one side
7. And a map on the other
8. And which was small enough to fit in your pocket

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The Fish In The Pond

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Notes:

1. Written on November 29th, 2012
2. And inspired I expect by the David Hockney illustration The Boy Hidden In A Fish
3. Which I’d seen in a gallery some time
4. And which can be found in the book Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm, illustrated by David Hockney and translated by Heiner Bastian
5. And which I couldn’t stop thinking about
6. After I’d seen it
7. For months on end

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We Set Out To Sea

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Notes:

1. Written on 11th November, 2012
2. I always really liked this one

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