- Library Critter Passport (MS-Word Format)
- Library Critter Passport (PDF Format)
These hyperlinks above will take you to the Media Fire website.
Click OK to download and open the files using Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF) or MS-Word.
Many thanks to Sparkle the Designer Cat for inspiring this clever concept. It will revolutionize feline (or other critter) pawtography collecting from libraries around the globe. Plus it should be loads of fun.
Hoping to Receive More Pawtography Requests,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Travelling Passport News Bureau
P.S. Travel songs are a dime a dozen, but there are a few that stand above the crowd. For your listening pleasure, consider "King of the Road" (1965) by Roger Miller, from one of his greatest hits compilations.
P.P.S. "Last Train to Clarksville" was The Monkees' first number one single, from the group's debut, self-titled album (1966). Glen Campbell is one of the studio musicians playing guitar. The four Monkees themselves were relegated primarily to vocal roles on this album, thanks to the insistence of Don Kirshner, then head of Screen Gems Music. Producers Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart tried to accommodate the group's desire for autonomy and greater creative control with Kirshner's desire to maintain commercial appeal for the project.