The Great Baby Cartoon Book (Paperback)Neil Kerber
Paperback Published: 25/10/2008
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We stressed-out cynical miserable adults are put to shame by the happy, enthusiastic way in which babies choose to live their lives. Wouldn't it be great to be a baby - how many of us would gladly chuck away our mundane clothes, throw on a nice comfy bunny-rabbit emblazoned baby grow, and sit on a soft mat full of fluffy multicoloured animals, and throw our food all over the walls. But what's really going on in their unusually large heads? Are they really just thinking about milk and moving on to solids? Or are they thinking 'I'd rather have a pepperoni pizza with all the trimmings - and what a great shape that'd make on the wall!' And what does that screaming mean - hunger, discomfort or simply exercising the right to protest? In this hilarious book Neil Kerber, takes us on surreal trip through the world of babies - from binge drinking (attaching themselves to the bosoms of passers-by) to crawling ('Mother, you're looking extremely ravishing today...'). Funny, poignant and very clever by turns, The Great Baby Cartoon Book is a great gift that will bring laughter and happiness to those exhausted, sleepless mummies and daddies everywhere. 'Ga ga goo goo ga ga ga' (dribble) Louis aged 6 months 'A rollercoaster ride from start to finish, a thrill from beginning to end. Such great plots and twists. Couldn't put it down. A real nappy turner.' Timmy, aged 2 months Neil Kerber creates cartoons for a number of national publications including Private Eye, the Independent and the Spectator. Previous books include The Great Jewish Cartoon Book.
Publisher: JR Books Ltd
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