Debbie's Reviews > Noisy outlaws, unfriendly blobs, and some other things that aren't as scary, maybe, depending on how you feel about lost lands, stray cellphones, creatures from the sky, parents who disappear in Peru, a man named Lars Farf, and one other story [...]

Noisy outlaws, unfriendly blobs, and some other things that a... by McSweeney's Publishing
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Apr 18, 07

bookshelves: 2006, anthology, juvenile-fiction, fantasy, science-fiction, short-stories, dead-tree
Read in July, 2006

This was fun. A collection of short stories (and one comic) written for kids that are advertised as not tedious. Some were better than others (Neil Gaiman was outstanding as always) but all were enjoyable. Plus, how could you resist that title?
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