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Kids Are Weird: And Other Observations from Parenthood

by Jeffrey Brown

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Amusing and tempting to look for prints of some pages just because our son is named Oscar too. ( )
  SESchend | Sep 6, 2017 |
A humorous comic book (or is it a graphic novel?) starring Brown’s son Oscar. The drawings are cute, and the “jokes,” which are just things Oscar says, are funny, and at times, hilarious. It’s not a long book by any means, but I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. ( )
  howifeelaboutbooks | Nov 4, 2015 |
"I think I need to wrestle, because I'm returning to madness."

"Oscar, do you want to help me make dinner?"
"Yeah, where are the knives? Are there any knives in here?"

"Oscar, do you think we should have another baby?"
"No."
"...Mommy has sisters...I'm really happy that I have brothers!"
"Well, I don't see them living with us." ( )
  JennyArch | Aug 12, 2014 |
Funny, even if you don't have kids. From the creator of Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess.
  LibraryGirl11 | Jul 3, 2014 |
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Jeffrey Brown wryly illustrates his five-year- old son's take on the world around him, from watching TV ("Elton John looks pretty in that shirt") to playing with toys ("This truck can survive on very little water") to odd requests ("Don't feel happy at me"), capturing the sweetly weird times that mothers and fathers everywhere experience with their own curious, pure-minded kids.… (more)

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