Getting old is not for sissies. But as Brian Crane’s crotchety but endearing seniors Earl and Opal Pickles do it, it can be humorous and often touching. For over twenty-five years, Crane’s comic strip, Pickles, has been delighting readers around the world. This seventh collection continues the adventures of grandparents Earl and Opal; their precocious grandson, Nelson; quirky family members and friends; and the family’s dog and cat, who offer their own distinctive views of the goings-on. Crane’s view of the foibles of a long-married, often cantankerous couple and their extended family and friends is wry, honest, and always warm-hearted.
|Product dimensions:||8.80(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 18 Years|
About the Author
For twenty-five years, Brian Crane's comic strip, Pickles, has been delighting readers around the world. He lives in Sparks, Nevada, with his wife. They are the proud parents of seven children and thirteen grandchildren.
Aww, this was the most romantic book I have ever read! I especially liked the part when Opal is transformed into a washing machine and is taken into a UFO. How exciting! I definitely recommend this book to pickle lovers. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
Love Opal and Earl! They are just like my in-laws!!!! Bahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!