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Avatar for Brookdale Library Staff Brookdale Library Staff said:
Allie Brosh is a gifted young humorist who tells stories punctuated with comic drawings. The chapters alternate between humorous anecdotes and serious examinations of herself, but is funny throughout. - Chuck
posted Feb 12, 2014 at 1:43PM
Stacy L said:
A very funny read when you need a break from thinking and just want a laugh.
posted Mar 31, 2014 at 5:03PM
Avatar for Plymouth Library Plymouth Library said:
At some point past the age of 18, we are supposed to be adults. We are supposed to know how to feed ourselves, pay our bills, clean things, and take care of pets. We should know how to fend off a vicious goose that has wandered into our house. Allie Brosh talks about the trials and tribulations of mastering this whole "Grown up" thing with a healthy dose of reminiscing about her less-than-saintlike childhood. Based on her popular blog, http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/ Hyperbole and Half is a hilarious book that will have your eyes watering and your sides hurting. Laugh at her trying to raise the simple dog. Enjoy her tormenting her mother with a repeating parrot doll. And see yourself when she talks about the secret feeling that adulthood should come with a trophy. Read this book and then “Clean ALL the things”.
posted Jun 26, 2014 at 5:39PM
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