Were you a Bunny Suicides fan, the humour title of last Christmas? Well, this is the same fellow being equally cruel for small kids – all very un-PC, quite dark and irreverent. Did you know that slugs were just snails who’d been mugged by other snails? That batteries get their power from tiny pedalling mice? Or that orange-hatted witches always forgot to read the road signs? Of course you did … and with the accompanying drawings, this little cartoon book is quite delicious.
New wicked humour from the author of the bestselling Bunny Suicide books This Christmas you can finally let your bunnies out of their padded hutches, because Andy Riley doesn't want them anymore. He wants your children! From the creator of the bestselling Bunny books comes more wicked humour - GREAT LIES TO TELL SMALL KIDS. They range from merely bogus to truly cruel: 'Every ant you meet must be named' 'It takes the beaks of seven penguins to make a Penguin biscuit' 'All wind is made by wind farms' 'Wine makes mummy clever' 'Ronald McDonald is dead!' Each hilarious cartoon tells a tall tale to bamboozle kids and entertain wicked adults everywhere.
Publication date: 10/10/2005
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
|Publication date:||10th October 2005|
|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton General Division|
|Genres:||Humour, The Real World,|
Andy Riley is a scriptwriter for television and film. His credits include Trigger Happy TV, Smack the Pony, Black Books, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts award-winning Robbie the Reindeer, and the new Disney animated film Gnomeo and Julietâ€”with a score by Tim Rice and Elton John. He draws a weekly comic strip called â€œRoastedâ€ for The Observer magazine.More About Andy Riley