McSweeney's McMullens - An Afternoon with McSweeney's McMullens

Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 1:00pm
Join Book Passage and McSweeney's McMullens for afternoon filled with awesome books for kids!
 
First up is Recipe ($17.95), by Angela and Michaelanne Petrella. Are they sisters, you ask? They are! Step aside, Mother—it's Kristen's turn to pick the recipe and make the dinner! There's just one teensy problem: Kristen's imagination is far more developed than her cooking skills. With ingredients ranging from 400 hot dogs and 20 bags of marshmallows to a sweatshirt and a water pistol, Recipe is the laugh-out-loud chronicle of just about everything that can go wrong in a kitchen. 
 
Second up is Crabtree ($17.95), by Jon and Tucker Nichols. Are they brothers? They are! You seem skeptical, but I assure you it is true. Alfred Crabtree has lost his false teeth. But don’t worry, he’ll find them if he can just get his things organized! Alfred’s world is cluttered with surprising objects. Some are very uncommon, and some are probably not where they ought to be. Join Alfred on a romp through his far too many possessions and you’ll end up learning more about him than he knows about himself. And maybe he’ll find his teeth in all that stuff!
 
 
 
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$17.95
ISBN: 9781936365845
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: McSweeney's Books - November 19th, 2013

Step aside, Motherit's Kristen's turn to pick the recipe and make the dinner! There's just one teensy problem: Kristen's imagination is far more developed than her cooking skills. With ingredients ranging from 400 hot dogs and 20 bags of marshmallows to a sweatshirt and a water pistol, Recipe is the laugh-out-loud chronicle of just about everything that can go wrong in a kitchen.


By Jon Nichols (Illustrator), Tucker Nichols (Illustrator)
$17.95
ISBN: 9781936365821
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: McSweeney's Books - November 19th, 2013

Alfred Crabtree has lost his false teeth. But don t worry, he ll find them if he can just get his things organized Alfred's world is cluttered with surprising objects. Some are very uncommon, and some are probably not where they ought to be. There are a lot of pencils and small yapping dogs.