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This first children's tale from the popular comedian describes a tower of animal hindquarters as they form an animal ladder to retrieve honey from the top of a tree. (Ages: 3-7).
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Believe it or not, the monkey in this book can read your mind. He knows just what you are thinking about. And we'll bet you're thinking about a certain Purple Kangaroo! (Ages: 4-8).
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Michael Ian Black’s debut memoir is darkly humorous and told with raw honesty. In it, the author takes on his childhood, his marriage, his children, and his career with unexpected candor and deadpan wit in this funny-because-it-s-true essay collection. He shares the neuroses that have plagued him since childhood and how they shaped him into the man he is today. Stories include: How his lesbian feminist mother raised him to be a tough but sensitive New Seventies Man like Alan Alda; how his camp girlfriend dumped him for a guy nicknamed Taco; how he backed into marrying his wife by breaking up with her first; how he is completely undone by hearing a Creed song on the radio on the eve of becoming a father; and how he learned to use Santa Claus as “Bad Cop” threat to control his kids year round. From the comedian who brought you Stella and The State, Michael Ian Black says the kind of things you’re afraid to admit. Gone on, admit it! 243p.
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