I am brainstorming picture book titles here and I have come up with a template:
(Name), the brave little (animal, household appliance, vegetable, shape or person) who (verb past tense) to find a (place or group)
So here how it works.
Choose a name - like Hortense.
Then choose a thing, preferably non-human but... well, anyway, how about plunger?
Then insert a past tense verb - how about tabulated?
And last but not least, a place or group. Usually this is something cuddly but not always. Let me riffle through my dictionary here. Hmmmm, pride.
So the title of my picture book will be:
Hortense, the brave little plunger, who tabulated to find a pride.
That will generate a lot of excitement in the publishing world. I will just wait for the offers to pour in.
You can change the template, too. Maybe your brave little whatever went on something.
Hortense, the brave little plunger, might go on a mop. Or, your brave little something-or-other could learn something. Hortense, the brave little plunger, who learned to sleep. Awesome!
Yep. Hortense and I are going to RULE the picture book market.
(Obviously, I am at a loose end, today. I think I'll take a walk.)