Squids Will be Squids : Fresh Morals, Beastly Fables
This is a collection of new and wacky fables with fresh morals - the ones that, according to Jon Scieszka, "Aesop might have told if he were alive today". They are about all kinds of bossy, sneaky, funny and annoying characters and the general moral offeredis, "If you are planning to write fables, don't forget to change people's names AND avoid high places with cliffs".
- Paperback | 48 pages
- 226.06 x 299.72 x 5.08mm | 204.12g
- 07 May 2005
- Penguin Books Ltd
- Puffin Books
- London, United Kingdom
"[Has] an in-your-face attitude that will hold readers rapt attention." "Moral of this book: When two wacky minds create zany writing and quirky illustrations, success is a given." -[Has] and in-your-face attitude that will hold reader's rapt attention.- -Publishers Weekly "[Has] and in-your-face attitude that will hold reader's rapt attention." -Publishers Weekly
About Jon Scieszka
Jon Scieszka began to train as a doctor but left to take a course in fiction writing at Columbia University and to become a teacher. He lives in Brooklyn and spends his time writing and talking about books. Lane Smith, an acclaimed author/illustrator, has achieved major success in his collaborations with Jon Scieszka. He also provided the original concept and illustrations for the hit film James and the Giant Peach. He lives in New York.