Lazy Little Loafers ebook
by G. Brian Karas,Susan Orlean
Illustrated by G. Brian Karas. Abrams Books for Young Readers. This author does not seem to know hers
Illustrated by G. This author does not seem to know hers. This is a misguided book that attempts to appeal to parents as well as children (at least, that's what picture books are supposed to do) and fails at both. 8 people found this helpful.
Lazy Little Loafers book. The drawings by G. Brian Karas go perfectly with Susan Orlean's sense of humor (which I love). From the New York Times bestselling author of The Orchid Thief.
by Susan Orlean & illustrated by G. Well-decorated with baby ads and posters, Karas’s ge street scenes form a backdrop for squads of happy toddlers and leave the narrator, who ruefully concludes that babies really don’t work because they’re too smart, peering out of the school door as a passing rugrat delivers a Bronx cheer.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Orchid Thief comes a smart, hilarious take on what babies contribute-or don’t-to the world. From the New York Times bestselling author of The Orchid Thief comes a smart, hilarious take on what babies contribute-or don't-to the world. Ever experienced stroller envy?
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In Lazy Little Loafers, a know-it-all big sister sets out to understand why babies are such freeloaders By Susan Orlean. Illustrated by G.
In Lazy Little Loafers, a know-it-all big sister sets out to understand why babies are such freeloaders. Her new baby brother is the perfect place to start. She dangles help-wanted ads from the newspaper over his crib. The bullfighter makes an appearance in Lazy Little Loafers, standing in the ranks of gainfully employed grown-ups in one of G. Brian Karas’s uproarious illustrations. Continue reading the main story. Orlean’s theme - get a purpose in life, baby! - makes for great humor.
Author: Susan Orlean. Illustrator: G.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Orchid Thief comes a smart, hilarious take on what babies contribute—or don’t—to the world.
Ever experienced stroller envy? Ever wished you were applauded just for walking across a room? Ever wanted to loaf about the park on a blanket in the middle of a school day with nothing on your agenda but being relaxed and happy? Then you should be a baby. They’ve got it made.
In this charming, droll story, a world-weary older sister ponders the question, why don’t more babies work? Her answers, hilariously tinged with resentment, offer up a wickedly accurate picture of just how great babies have it.
Known for her keen and witty observations of various subcultures, Susan Orlean here turns her gaze on babies. The resulting picture book is tongue-in-cheek fun for older siblings and anyone looking for a lazy, praise-filled day.F&P Level: LF&P Genre: RF