You Can Be a Ventriloquist
We have actually seen this book before on ALB, but since that link bit the dust in one of our remodels. It’s worth another post, now that we have more pictures. Also, there’s a second ventriloquism book included below, so stay with me here.
For me, ventriloquists fall in the same category of clowns. People either think it’s clever or are totally creeped out by them. I’ll go with “a clever way to creep people out.” These two books are just old. Libraries should update with some new books!
(Below) Also, ahem!, I know that Mary and I are immature, but we can’t be the only ones who see pictures like this and giggle. Or are we?
(Below) This is potentially offensive, depending on the guy in the bottom picture’s act.
(Below) Here it is, in the top picture below. A whole family of creepy.
And now, behold! Book #2:
Ventriloquism: Magic With Your Voice
This post is a two-fer. You’re welcome. I don’t know what’s creepier here, the ventriloquist or his puppets.
(Above) Here, budding ventriloquists learn how to deal with drunks in the audience. Good advice! The poem is pretty dumb, though.
(Above) Those eyes!