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Peanutbutter & Jeremy's Best Book Ever Paperback – December 16, 2003
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"Peanutbutter the cat and Jeremy the crow are the stars in this amusing tale of friendship filled with silly tricks. The format, a collection of short stories, will empower children to finish this “thick book.”" — Allyson A. W. Lyga, School Library Journal
"Peanutbutter the cat and Jeremy the crow are the stars in this amusing tale of friendship filled with silly tricks. The format, a collection of short stories, will empower children to finish this thick book.”" — Allyson A. W. Lyga, School Library Journal
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It's a good way to relax and put things in perspective after a hard day of work.
I've bought, like, a dozen copies of this book already, and I hand them out like Bibles. I'm sad to see that the book seems to be out of print. I need to stock up!
Even though she's just a normal sleepy housecat, Peanut Butter has delusions of being an office worker filing papers on the Flumdummer account. She's prone to wearing hats and ties.
Jeremy is the hateful crow that lives in a nest outside Peanut Butter's window. Jeremy will do anything to steal a hat. In their first meeting, he tricks Peanut Butter into buying his nest with a "million dollar view" for a million dollars. When she protests that she doesn't have any dollars, he throws a fit.
Some scenes can be mildly disturbing -- like the incident where Jeremy offers to help Peanut Butter remove her hat that's stuck over her eyes by shooting her with a handgun. Luckily, she escapes unharmed.
I particularly like one-page introductions that Kochalka has drawn to introduce each story. For the longest story, Peanut Butter warns that maybe you should pee before you start it. Jeremy adds, "If you're a baby!"
It's really just impossible to describe the unique appeal of this book. Use the "Search Inside" to get a peek.
This is book was not written for children. I was appalled by another parent's warning, "Don't be fooled by the cute cat on the cover and get this book for your child." People who buy books for their kids based on the cover are just as bad as people who take six year olds to see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (just because they think it's a kid's book). As a parent, I think it's shameful the way some people go on auto pilot then get offended by what their children are exposed to. Your JOB is to know what your kids are reading, watching, doing. That's your JOB.
Anyway, sorry to everyone else. This book is great. It's light and refreshing and makes me happy to be alive.