|I don't know who that is on the cover, but it's not Magoo.|
|Once there was a fox named Mr Magoo. He had two socks and one red shoe.|
|Mr Magoo was a fancy little fox. He liked having tea, in his shoe and his socks.|
|But one day when it was time for his tea, his doorbell rang- he thought "Who could that be?"|
|It was Mrs. Bear and Mr. Bear at the door! Mr Magoo was so happy, but he had to make more. Tea, that is.|
In any case, it must have been a decent effort, because afterward there was this big award ceremony and Riley gave it an award.
|Basically a Pulitzer.|