"The perfect book for the budding Count Olaf or Sauron in your family... or for you." -- Neil Gaiman, author of "Coraline"
NASTY ('nas-te) adj. 1. Twisted. 2. Spitefully unfair. 3. Causing dangerous and severe laughter. SYNONYMS: Hilarious. Deliciously fun. Sample usage: "What a nasty, wicked book, filled with mayhem and mischief." "Only nasty criminals would kidnap a cuddly teddy bear " "Monsters attacking 'cause a kid picks his nose? That's nasty." "A witch on the Internet, a superhero who farts? All nasty too " ANTONYMS: Nice. Boring. Plain old ordinary.
Why can' t really cool parents dump their uncool offspring?
Why can' t talented imaginary friends desert their boring creators?
Why can' t pop stars be changed... into rodents?
Well, here they can Barry Yourgrau' s NASTYbook is jam-packed with delightful wickedness for the kind of readers who can' t get enough of bad endings, rude twists, and assorted nasty mischief... (And don' t think we don' t know who you are.)
|Library Binding Book, 183 pages||English|
|Joanna Cotler Books (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780060579791||5.28 x 7.66 x 0.78 inches|
|Funny Children's Stories|