Everything really does revolve around me.
Let me guess, the cat's name is sunshine.
Mr. Wuffles (!) plans his counter-invasion.
(Referencing a book that was up for the Caldecott this year: http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Wuffles-Da
The felicentric model of the universe never really caught on.
Being the center of the universe wasn't nearly as much fun as it had looked on the box.
The Felinomorphic Personification of the Solar System, ready to teach kiddies about it!
Or maybe not.
"I can't WAIT until the science fair is over."
(And the designer left in Pluto, so they're either inattentive or deliberately bucking the trend. Or the picture is old.)
Many of us reject the authority of those who demoted Pluto!
I've even seen bumper stickers on it.
Then there's the actual book title, "How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming," by astronomer Mike Brown, who discovered the planet -- uh, dwarf planet -- Eris. Very appropriate, considering Eris was the goddess of discord.
LOL Very true.
My husband, who is offended that there are less planets than when he was a child, feels that previous precedent suggested that Pluto should have been grandfathered in and left as a planet, rather than demoted.