It was a dream assignment! Collect wit, one-liners, tall tales, practical jokes, and funny stories for a book about Alaska humor. In Moose Dropping and Other Crimes Against Nature, author Tom Brennan writes about the indignant tourist who hears of moose droppings and wants to know from what height the moose are dropped; about the practical joker in Sitka who creates a near-panic when he charters a helicopter to drop a load of old tires into the crater of a nearby dormant volcano, then sets the tires on fire; about the equally engaging tales of people, animals, and politicians.
|Publisher:||Epicenter Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)|
|Age Range:||14 Years|
About the Author
A native of Massachusetts, Tom Brennan is a newspaper columnist and witty fellow who cut his teeth in journalism on the police beat. He moved to Alaska in 1967. He is a communications consultant, newspaper columnist, former oilman, and self-described "recovering fly-fisherman." He and his wife, Marnie, live in Anchorage.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Funny book! Wonderful humor! It will make everyone want to visit Alaska.