Peanutbutter and Jeremy's Best Book Ever

Peanutbutter and Jeremy's Best Book Ever

by James Kochalka (Illustrator)


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Peanutbutter is a cute little kitty who thinks she works in an office. She wears her little hat and tie and often falls asleep on the reams papers overflowing her inbox. Jeremy is the crafty crow who lives in the tree outside of Peanutbutter’s window. Jeremy tries to trick Peanutbutter again and again and steal her hat. Somehow Peanutbutter and Jeremy build a friendship together. The premise could hardly be simpler, but in James Kochalka’s hands it is pure magic! This book will delight everyone from wide-eyed children to jaded hipsters! On the surface the story is silly and fun for kids, but for adults it is a clever critique of modern society! It’s not called their “Best Book Ever” for nothing!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781891867460
Publisher: Alternative Comics
Publication date: 12/03/2003
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 1,163,710
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.75(h) x (d)
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

James Kochalka: The first Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont, James created the long-running American Elf daily comic. He's the author and illustrator of several popular children's books, including Johnny Boo, Dragon Puncher and Peanutbutter & Jeremy. James won the Eisner award in 2012.

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Peanutbutter and Jeremy's Best Book Ever 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
kwiens on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Peanut butter,a cat, and Jermey,a bird, have a on going battle throughout the entire book. Peanut butter is a naive cat who sits in the window sill and dreams of being a business workers and sometimes dresses up in suits and hats. Jermey is a jerk of a bird and wants to steal and make peanut butter purchase his nest for one million dollars.I loved this book except for how Jeremy wanted to use a gun to help Peanut Butter take off his hat. I loved the somewhat Tom and Jerry way of this book.I think any teacher could use this book to demonstrate how to help friends appropriately and may be to also show what is the right and wrong way of helping!