The other day, I was reading "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" to ChaCha. I know, I know, but it's a year-round favorite in our home. Anyway, I've probably read this to the girls several hundred times (and by "read" I mean "recite from memory"). Cha pointed out in one of the illustrations that the Grinch took a fish. I had never noticed the fish before. A few pages on, the fish had its head sticking out of a bag on the Grinch's sled.
We had a fun time making up stories about the fish. Where did it end up? Did it join in with the Who Christmas sing? Was it a course in the Who feast as a counterpoint to the roast beast? What happened to the fish?
Inquiring minds want to know.