Silly and funny and unique, graced with the fabulous illustrations by Marie-Louise Gay.
— ✮ Youth Services Book Review, starred review
Fans of Louis Sachar’s Wayside School stories and Shel Silverstein’s repertoire of drawings will delight as this picture book joins their ranks.
— Kirkus Reviews


This volume is worth reading multiple times to enjoy the humor and to revisit the witty illustrations and snappy dialogue.
— ✮ School Library Journal, starred review

This hilarious collection of illustrated stories gives us a glimpse into the things children wonder about every day.

What do cats really see? What do trees talk about? Should you make funny faces on a windy day? Do worms rule the world? Do mothers always tell the truth? Do snails have nightmares?

These short stories are illustrated in vibrant watercolor and collage in cartoon style. They are rich in detail and tiny humorous subplots that will delight all little sharp-eyed monsters.

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