“Determining the difference between a children’s book and a book for adults is often tricky business. After all, many people once considered Huckleberry Finn—that bible of individualism, perhaps the most delightfully subversive, anti-authoritarian work in American literature—to be a charming children’s story. Later generations may be just as surprised to discover that we once classified the mature work of Arthur Yorinks as picture books—read-alouds for young children...for under their children’s book veneer lurks some of the best black humor to appear since Woody Allen was writing casuals for The New Yorker...” - Bill Ott, The New York Times Book Review

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