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Maybe Your Leg Will Grow Back! - Looking on the Bright Side with Baby Animals - cover

Maybe Your Leg Will Grow Back! - Looking on the Bright Side with Baby Animals

Amanda McCall, Ben Schwartz

Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks

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Summary

Finding the bright side of a terrible situation has never been easier, thanks to the adorable baby animal postcards found in Maybe Your Leg Will Grow Back. Amanda McCall and Ben Schwartz, nationally bestselling authors of Grandma’s Dead and Why is Daddy in a Dress?, are back with their third collection of cuteness designed to soften life’s unexpected blows, whether you’re dealing with shark attacks, incurable diseases, or incarcerations in filthy third world prisons. With delicious dark humor in vein of The Bunny Suicides, Maybe Your Leg Will Grow Back even includes a bonus DIY crafts section to help you find the sunny side of any catastrophe.
Available since: 11/01/2011.
Print length: 96 pages.

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