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Kleencut
     

Kleencut

by Ian M. Dudley
 

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A pair of sentient scissors prone to bullying. A large rock. Questionable art. An unreliable narrator. Combine them and you get a children's picture book that is so disturbing it could only be free.

Overview

A pair of sentient scissors prone to bullying. A large rock. Questionable art. An unreliable narrator. Combine them and you get a children's picture book that is so disturbing it could only be free.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015130799
Publisher:
Pallmark Press
Publication date:
05/25/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

NINA MINARI is a former astronaut and historical figure, having served as part of several Big Fed space projects, including a stint aboard the International Space Station and taking part in the Odyssey mission to 55 Cancri. After an absence of nearly 100 years, she returned to Earth, still youthful due to relativistic effects.

When Nina isn't reading her adopted sons stories about sentient scissors prone to bullying, or becoming a respected author of children's books, she works as a bodyguard and sometimes sidekick to a private detective.

She prefers reading to her boys.


TOOTHY THE CODEPENDENT TOOTHBRUSH, one of the Has-Matt Corporation's diabolical (and yet still commercially successful) forays into childhood hygiene, loves to tell a story. Anything to keep kids' minds off that universally hated chore, brushing teeth. He finds that children reluctant to brush their teeth are more receptive to the idea if they can be entertained at the same time. Kleencut is his first story that does not directly involve the importance of good dental care in the plot.

When Toothy isn't telling stories, he's either being jammed inside someone's mouth, rubbed up against their teeth, or sitting in a cup next to the bathroom sink, sulking and feeling sorry for himself.


IAN M. DUDLEY is the author of the Marlowe and The Spacewoman series, the first book of which is called, predictably, Marlowe and the Spacewoman. He promises that his novels are of much higher quality that this unspeakably horrible children's tome. Kleencut, written as a joke and impressively terrible in both plot and artwork, has turned out to be a favorite of his young sons, hence its unseemly release.

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