3-minute stories: best-loved tales

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Publications International, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 159 pages
Soon after Baby Blues began in 1988, it was widely lauded as the best comic strip about modern family life to appear in many years. Thirteen years and more than 4,000 strips later, it's one of today's top strips and considered among the best family comic strips ever. Butt-Naked Baby Blues is the third treasury to chronicle the never-ending mayhem of the McPherson household in living color. As usual, Darryl and Wanda have their hands full chasing, refereeing, and pleading with their adorable and hilariously true-to-life kids, Zoe and Hamish. Featuring the best of Lift and Separate, I Shouldn't Have to Scream More Than Once!, and Motherhood Is Not for Wimps, it also includes original gems and insight from the creators themselves.Baby Blues is a past winner of the National Cartoonist Society's comic strip of the year, and is also an animated television series in its second season on the WB network.

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