Ugly Guide to Being Alive and Staying That Way

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Random House Children's Books, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Where are Uglys born? Where do they go to school? And what is Big Toe’s Eaty Feed Speeder? Whether you’re born in the Uglyverse or plan on moving there, you’ll need the Ugly Guide to Being Alive and Staying That Way to help you navigate life’s many Ugly shoals. Visit the Ugly Grade School Lunch-a-Munch Hut, stroll the Ugly College campus, and find out how to survive Ugly work—and even get paid for it!—in the third Ugly Guide from Uglydoll creators David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim. Featuring their original Ugly art style and trademark sense of humor, this will be a must-have for Uglydoll fans of all ages.

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Review: The Uglydoll Ugly Guide to Being Alive and Staying That way (Ugly Guide #3)

User Review  - Rodolfo - Goodreads

The Guide to Being Alive and Staying That Way echoes the same silly, light-hearted humor of the first guide. I'd recommend skipping Ugly Guide 2 altogether. Read full review

Review: The Uglydoll Ugly Guide to Being Alive and Staying That way (Ugly Guide #3)

User Review  - Georgie - Goodreads

Hilarious and cute, with lots of Ugly awesomeness. The Uglyverse is a weird and wonderful place, not all that different in some ways to our world. The bits about an Ugly childhood (from birth to being a kid through grade school and junior high and high school were especially cute and funny. Read full review

About the author (2009)

David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim maintained a long-distance relationship by writing each other letters, in which David began drawing little monster-like creatures. Sun-Min surprised David by sewing a plush version of one of his characters as a Christmas gift, and the Uglydolls were born!

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