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Kids Are Weird: And Other Observations from Parenthood (Anglais) Relié – 18 novembre 2014

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From the bestselling author of Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess comes this funny, perceptive book that celebrates the weird and wonderful moments of raising a child. Brown hilariously illustrates observations of his five-year-old about the world around him, from complaining about food to playing with toys ('This was the biggest dinosaur that ever played the game') to unusual declarations ('I'm the master of bacon') and making odd comments to his parents ('Don't feel happy at me!'). In charming, colourful panels, Brown capturing the sweet and surreal times parents everywhere experience with curious, pure-minded kids.

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Kids are definitely weird 20 mars 2014
Par Shayla Eddy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I received this book as an arc. Jeffrey Brown based this book off of his so and all the other funny things children say. He was trying to reach an audience of people who have been around children under the age of I'd about say nine.
Even though I don't have children and don't plan to for awhile I understood the humor of this book and I loved the art style and how casual it was. This book is full of color. You will find yourself in random burst of laughter because you will find something you relate to. This is a book I'll go back to one day when I have kids and read again and see how much children don't really change. All in all I would recommend it to anyone who's has kids or has been around them.
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If you have a child, niece or nephew... you'll appreciate this book! 27 mars 2014
Par Jenna Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As an aunt to two little girls, I've heard my fair share of funny and weird things. This book is spot on. Kids are weird and they say weird things, this book captures it well in comic book form. The author, Jeffrey Brown, also wrote another of our favorites, "Darth Vader and Son."
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Weird indeed 19 mars 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
My kids are heading toward the teen years, but still not too far away to relate to the humor in Kids Are Weird. I still enjoyed the book quite a bit. A lot of these things are presented as jokes, but can be headaches/nightmares in the real lives of parents. Great warning system for expecting parents or those with newborns.

I really liked Brown's two recent books, Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess. I grew up with Star Wars and the scenes in these books were perfect. After reading Kids Are Weird, be sure to check out his other works.
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Brown Wins Again 19 mars 2014
Par Jim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have long been a fan of Jeffrey Brown and after his recent Darth Vader and Son book it seems he's hitting more of a mainstream audience. This book is worthy of that attention, displaying his knack for picking out the idiosyncrasies of life, in this case those of his son Oscar, and presenting them in his appealing style and storytelling. If you enjoy Brown's autobiographical works and humor, if you have kids or if you just think they're weird, check it out.
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Good, slightly twisted view of childhood 10 avril 2014
Par WILLIAM EVERS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Reading this as a grandparent of a 5 year old and remembering my own years as a parent of pre-schoolers (some 35 years ago!) was a lot of fun. There are enough comments and reactions that fit my experiences as well as others that were just funny. Not sure why the Dad is portrayed as a stubbled-covered (word?) adult but maybe that is the way kids see male grownups. Good, quick read.
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