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Kirkman and Scott don't just have their fingers on the pulse of the modern middle-class family; they have a grip on its wrist like a mother pulling a three-year-old past a grocery store cookie aisle.Tadpoles in the toilet, backseat border wars, emergency homemade diapers . . . welcome to another year in the life of the never-a-dull-moment McPherson family. While sister ZoeKirkman and Scott don't just have their fingers on the pulse of the modern middle-class family; they have a grip on its wrist like a mother pulling a three-year-old past a grocery store cookie aisle.Tadpoles in the toilet, backseat border wars, emergency homemade diapers . . . welcome to another year in the life of the never-a-dull-moment McPherson family. While sister Zoe and brother Hammie's budding sibling rivalry reaches new heights (and volumes), baby Wren is making great strides of her own. With the advent of "the climbing phase" no coffee table, countertop, or bookshelf is too high.For years, the team of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have given readers a too-funny-to-be-true, too-real-not-to-be insider's view of the American dream. They get the details and dilemmas so right, in fact, that it's a wonder they haven't been indicted for domestic surveillance....

Title : A Baby Blues Treasury: Framed!
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ISBN : 9780740761942
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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A Baby Blues Treasury: Framed! Reviews

  • Eleanor Klein
    2019-05-06 16:09

    This is a good collection of Baby Blues strips.

  • Travis
    2019-05-14 18:07

    This was an above treasury for an already above comic strip. The book begins with a strong series and has highlights throughout without much repetition of previous material. Darryl's attempt to teach Zoe and Hammie chess was particularly hilarious, especially if you know chess people. Wanda's desire for a new washer and dryer (the dryer "because it has that huge dent in it"!) is another stand-out, even if I had already read the series in We Were Here First: Baby Blues Looks at Couplehood with Kids.It also contains one of the most poignant insights into parenthood versus adulthood when Wanda tells Darryl "You have to decide whether you're raising grass or raising kids." Thankfully Darryl realizes the correct answer.

  • Chintya Rahmawati
    2019-04-26 16:03

    LOVE IT SO MUCH, I CAN'T EVEN.....Pertama kali baca di Kompas Klasika, cuma ada setiap hari minggu dan langsung jatuh hati. Setiap hari minggu yg dibuka pertama selain sudoku level 5 ya si baby blues ini. Biasanya jarang langsung bisa suka sama komik strip, tapi baby blues ini bikin langsung ngefans, mungkin karena gambarnya menarik dan ceritanya yg absurd tapi sangat relateable.

  • David Ward
    2019-04-20 23:07

    Framed: A Baby Blues Treasury (Baby Blues #31) by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott (Andrews McMeel Publishing LLC 2006) (741.5973). These are the further adventures of Daryl and Wanda as they attempt to raise Zoe, Hammish, and Wren. My rating: 6/10, finished 11/2010.

  • Paul
    2019-05-08 23:01

    My 2nd Baby Blues collection. Equally as good as the first I read and I'm likely to pick up more in the future. Definitely more entertaining when you have a small child, as I read the strip long before Killian came along.

  • Shari
    2019-05-07 21:00

    Contains 20 & 21--"Something Chocolate This Way Comes" and "Our server is Down."