Bride's Little Miseries

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Humor - 86 pages
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What a great gift for the bride drowning in pre-wedding madness! She’ll totally relate to her comic counterpart on the page, who’s coping with everything from a stubborn hairdresser to embarrassing family members. Divided into two parts— “Planning the Wedding” and “Wedding Day”—this little gem is sure to give stressed-out brides-to-be a very welcome laugh. Witty cartoons capture the agony of a fianc with no opinions and a future mother-in-law with lots of opinions; of selecting bridesmaids and choosing a dress that suits everyo≠ and dealing with a pimple that arrives bright and early on the big day! All these little miseries add up to, of course, a happy, fairytale ending as the bride marries the one she loves.

 

Jennifer Rapp’s cartoons have appeared in Wunderkind, an all-cartoon newspaper. She is the creator of a nationally distributed greeting card li≠ owner of Teetersaw, Inc.; and illustrator of two earlier books: Misery Is a Smell in Your Backpack and Misery Is a Spider in the Bathtub. Jennifer lives in Chicago.

 

 

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User Review  - Sara Lucinda - Goodreads

This was cute, just a quick little book written in the style of a children's book for brides-to-be. It is a nice reminder that it's a day just like any other, one that will have mishaps and there is ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Harriet Ziefert is a children's author born in 1941 in New Jersey. She has written several hundred children's books, including the Little Hippo series. Ziefert and illustrator Emilie Bon have collaborated on a series of "Little Hippo" books, the first of which was published in 1988 by Viking Penguin. The books are written for children between 1 1/2 to 5 years-of-age. They are intended to help children deal with change, like the addition of a new baby to the family or moving to a new house. Her titles include Little Hippo's New Baby, Little Hippo's New Friend, Little Hippo's New School and Grandpa, Will You Play With Me?

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