"It is quite possible that an animal has spoken to me and that I didn't catch the remark because I wasn't paying attention." E.B. White's observation from Charlotte's Web is a reminder to listen to the powerful voices of animals in literature. From Moby Dick to Stuart Little, this print celebrates the animal heroes, villains, and sidekicks from beloved books. The delightful literary menagerie shows these creatures in profile, along with the book titles and names of the authors who created them. Bookworms who've laughed with Baloo the bear or soared with Jonathan Livingston Seagull will love this group portrait of the literary animal kingdom. Four-color offset lithograph printed in small runs on a Heidelberg press. Made by Tim and Aurelia Sanders in Wisconsin.