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Dick and Jane are the two main characters created by Zerna Sharp for a series of basal readers written by William S. Gray to teach children to read. The characters first appeared in the Elson-Gray Readers in and continued in a subsequent series of books through the final version in
In and out with dick and jane: a loving parody
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Rate this book. Ross MacDonald, the award-winning illustrator, and James Victore, the celebrated graphic deer, have gotten together to create a parody featuring the classic kids' book characters Dick and Jane. This time around, though, our straitlaced protagonists are venturing into some rather dark, twisted, and bawdy places. The images are perfectly rendered in warm, nostalgic shades, and the tone of the text is sweet and simple, but the content leans toward sex, drugs, and violence, with healthy doses of innuendo.
To top it off, this laugh-out-loud satire is situated inside a handsome, imitation-cloth volume resembling an old-fashioned kids' book.
Dick and jane
This edition Format 96 s, Hardcover. Published April 1, by Harry N. Language English.
More details. Ross MacDonald 19 books 8 followers. Ross MacDonald has worked as an egg candler, dishwasher, soda jerk, house painter, street artist, paper maker, and printer, but is probably best known as a magazine illustrator. He is also the author of the adult humor book In and Out with Dick and Jane, which was awarded a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators.
He lives in Connecticut with his wife, two children, four cats, and a large collection of 19th-century type and printing equipment. Search review text. Displaying 1 - 8 of 8 reviews.
In and out with dick and jane
I wonder if this will count towards my Adult Summer Reading Log. I read it twice It is what it is. A mildly amusing parody of the Dick and Jane stories, depicting the seamy underside of suburban life alcoholic mother, John Wayne Gacy type neighbor, perverted priest, polluted park, etc.
It's probably not something I would buy my co-worker brought in a copy and I read itbut it is an entertaining way to spend a few minutes. Mike McDevitt.
Awful things to learn and laugh about for an awful world. This book's wink-wink nudge-nudge title says it all.
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I leave it at that. Kelley Tackett. I've worn myself out reading Dick and Jane stories with my little one and enjoyed this one. This is horrifying. In a humorous horrifying way.
Alanna P. A hilarious parody especially when you see the pictures! the discussion.