It’s a young boy with a dog.
The dog came in and his tongue is out.
He’s enjoying himself and the puppy came walking in.
What’s sitting in front of him?
He stole something from somewhere.
I don’t like the dog in there, he looks dangerous!
Someone will tell on him.
We should call him Tommy.
Show me the way to go home!
We should call the dog Bo-Bo.
The dog is laughing – He likes the boy.
The family is in the kitchen and he has a sister. We’ll have to find out later if he gets along with his sister.
I don’t know what trouble he’s in but I think he’s scared - he is in trouble and he knows it.
The boy took the cookies from the dog.
He looks bored.
Get rid of that dog – he might hurt the little boy!
He should share the cookies with the dog, because he looks happy, his mouth is open and he’s thinking happy thoughts.
There’s a tear on his pants.
He was trying to get away from who the cookies belong to.
He got the cookies from his sister.
He’s eating and the dog is crazy for it.
He’ll cheat and steal when he grows up.
He'll be a carpenter – he looks like one.
He got with the wrong crowd.
He can’t be a carpenter and cheat/steal. He’s a small boy and that’s why he stole the cookies. If he was bigger he wouldn’t have stolen them.
The dog is anticipating getting a piece of cookie – he’s smiling!
I don’t blame him for standing there looking at him.
He’s thirsty and he's thinking
I want a cookie! Get me 2 cookies!
This is at the George Eastman house in England.