Lumpy humans, anthromorphized animals, and quirky humor: All the
hallmarks of Gary Larson's comic genius are on display in this book
praised by the Denver Post as "satiric, biting, edgy, and witty."
It begins beneath the forest floor, when, during a typical repast,
a young whiny worm discovers a hair in his dirt and goes on to
complain about his life in general. Father worm, trying to quell
his son's anger, then tells him a tale about a nature-loving woman
and her unforgettable walk in the woods. A novel take on the
difference between our idealized view of nature and the harsh
reality of life for the birds, bees (and worms), There's a Hair in
My Dirt is Larson at his off-kilter best.
Econo-Clad Books, Div. of American Cos., Inc.
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||229 x 222 x 6mm (L x W x T)
||Bound for Schools & Libraries ed.
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