"Don't Get Too High (said the Bird to the Fly)" is the story of two old friends who lose touch, meet up, hash out their differences, and reconnect. It's a book for aunts, uncles, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, hippie-grandparents and anyone who understands that the world isn't black and white–it's an almost purpley grey. This rhythmic, rhyming story shows what a conversation can be like if people open up their minds to what someone else is going through rather than sticking to their pre-conceived notions. The illustrations portray a shocking amount of emotion for being photos of plywood animals. The book is chock full of open-handed innuendos for adults, sing-songy story telling for kids, and life lessons for the whole gang.