"A few years ago, my mother sent me a book I made when I was a little boy. It was called No, David, and it was illustrated with drawings of
David doing all sorts of things he wasn't supposed to do. The text consisted entirely of the words "no" and "David." (They were the only
words I knew how to spell.) I thought it would be fun to do a remake celebrating those familiar variations of the universal "no" that we all
hear while growing. Of course, "yes" is a wonderful word . . . but "yes" doesn't keep crayon off the living room wall."