In Me Own Words: The Autobiography of Big Foot

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Manic D Press, May 1, 2003 - Art - 44 pages
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America’s favorite crypto-zoological hominid is hilariously recast as the modern-day everyman, struggling with eating disorders, casual cannibalism, pop culture, and philosophical quandaries (“Me once believe in good. Now, no. World go shit, just like Bigfoot screenwriting career”).

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In Me Own Words

User Review  - macbeatles1 - Overstock.com

First you need to have an open mind and a good sense of humor. After that the book is hysterically funny!!! My friends and I first saw it at ****** each had our own copies to read from and laughed ... Read full review

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User Review  - eeio - LibraryThing

fun inky illustrations. very funny prose. quick read. very entertaining. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Author and squirrel lover Graham Taylor grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, and graduated with a degree in media arts from Sheridan College. He is currently working in the television industry and is constantly on the lookout for squirrels around his home in Toronto. Illustrator Graham Roumieu is from Smithers, British Columbia, and also graduated from Sheridan College. He's a freelance artist whose work has appeared in the"New York Times, Wall Street Journal, National Post, National Post Business, Toronto Life", and "Explore" magazine. He lives with his wife in Toronto.

Little is known about "Jimmy the Squirrel" as he is a squirrel and is unable to talk. Through a series of squeaks and chirps he seemed to express that he is excited about having a book written about him and he urges kids to stay in school.

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