This book is always silly, but this issue goes a little further into the sort of absurdist humor that makes the title so much fun. At the same time, they work in small in-jokes and gags that will probably play more to the parents than the kids, which makes it the sort of book they can all read together. The artwork is as funny and expressive as ever, and something about the joy and simplicity of the cover is even better than usual. I love this book, and it makes me deliriously happy that it won't be impacted by the relaunch. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Read Full Review
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