Chickens May Not Cross the Road and Other Crazy(But True) Laws: and Other Crazy But True Laws

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Dec 28, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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It is against the law in Brooklyn, New York, for donkeys to sleep in bathtubs. In Idaho you are not allowed to fish while sitting on a giraffe. In California you must not keep slugs as pets. Yes, it’s the law—says so right on the state or city books. Some of the most ludicrous laws in the history of our country come to light in this funny and fascinating book for young citizens . . . citizens who have a special appreciation for the tyranny of silly rules.
 

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User Review  - MSittig - LibraryThing

This is a great book and is very fun to read. It talks about all the crazy laws out in today's country. The illustration is very cute and in between a crazy page or two there is a description on how ... Read full review

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User Review  - edeidrich - LibraryThing

Full of quirky illustrations and off-the-wall examples, Kathi Linz's neat book pokes fun at some of America's most unusual laws while educating children on the law-making process. The best part of ... Read full review

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Tony Griego would like to see a law requiring everyone to eat chicken salad sandwiches at least once a week. A full-time illustrator with Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, Missouri, he has illustrated several children's books and has been drawing cartoons since he was in the third grade. He lives in Shawnee, Kansas, with his wife and daugher.

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