The Rubber Chicken Book: A Fine Collection of Bad Skits, Goofball Stunts, Front Yard Acrobatics and Really Dumb Jokes

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Klutz, Oct 1, 1995 - Humor - 65 pages
The story of this book begins with a nine-year-old who taught the authors how to poke their fingers through their heads, and how to support a pea on a column of air. Bit-by-bit the authors' file--"Knowledge Vital"--grew, until it became this very book. Packaged with the 66-page book are a squeaker and three rubber eggs.

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About the author (1995)

Lou Brooks is a renowned illustrator and comic artist whose work ranges from updating the "little guy in the top hat" logo design for the game Monopoly to, most recently, the '50s pulp-fiction-style illustrations for "The Book of Totally Irresponsible Science". He has also designed and illustrated covers for "Time" and" Newsweek", and in the 1970s created a comic strip for "Playboy" that achieved a cult following. He lives with his wife in a cabin in the woods several hours north of San Francisco.

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