Hey, God!: Side-splittingly Funny Letters to God

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2002 - Humor - 128 pages
Oh, sure. God's heard 'em all. But chances are excellent that readers of Hey, God!, a parody of the popular Dear God: Children's Letters to God, will find it hilariously amusing to listen in on over 100 of the most entertainingly bizarre missives to the Almighty.

Who hasn't revealed some insecurity to God? After all, the divine creator would find out about it anyway, right? In fact, eavesdropping on everyone else's neuroses is the appeal of author Kip Conlon's new book Hey, God!, a tongue-in-cheek look at some very irreverent communications with the supreme being.

Consider these "messages" to God:
-- Dear God: What do you think of the new "Jesus is my best friend" bumper sticker on the Honda? Sometimes I think it's sort of weird. Like, "Why am I telling this to people?"

-- Stephen, age 27
-- Dear God: Apparently, I am created in Your image. Which is bad news for the both of us, I'm afraid.

-- Ronald, age 38
-- Dear God: Jesus loves me. He's also been dead 2000 years and from what I understand, loves everybody, including Son of Sam. I need a man. Happy New Year's.

-- Priscilla, age 43

Handwritten on stationery that mimics private and company letterhead, each piece of correspondence has a style all its own. With illustrations by Susan Conlon (the author's mother, who has a master's of art therapy and also works for the American Folk Art Museum in New York City), Hey, God! gives readers a humorous take on communicating with the Master of the universe.

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