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by Brett Woodward

Download It's Time To Go Home When The Ferris Wheel Breaks: Cautionary Tales For A Dangerous World ePub
  • ISBN 1740664469
  • ISBN13 978-1740664462
  • Language English
  • Author Brett Woodward
  • Publisher Hardie Grant (April 3, 2007)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats mobi lrf lit azw
  • Category Comics and Funnies
  • Subcategory Comic Strips
  • Size ePub 1290 kb
  • Size Fb2 1967 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 428

Taken from true tales of family trauma, this collection of humorous cartoons lampoons the daily challenge of childhood. The illustrations and captions, told from a kid’s viewpoint, offer words of wisdom on surviving childhood and its many pitfalls. The advice is practical—if the idea of practical can extend to surviving a police siege of one’s home. Like Roald Dahl with a permanent snarl, or Edward Gorey with the really gory bits left in, the humor is frighteningly funny and darker than a moonless night in the suburbs.


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Taken from true tales of family trauma, this collection of humorous . Told from a child's viewpoint, this work is illustrated with cartoons, which aim to provide practical advice on surviving childhood.

It's Time to Go Home When the Ferris Wheel Breaks : Cautionary Tales for a Dangerous World.

Cautionary Tales for a Dangerous World. Published April 1, 2007 by Hardie Grant Books.

A Cautionary Tale Lyrics. So be kind to your mother Though she may seem an awful bother And the next time she tries to feed you collard greens Remember what she does when you're asleep. There's a place your mother goes When everybody else is soundly sleeping Through the lights of Beacon Street And if you listen you can hear her weeping She's weeping Cause the gentlemen are calling And the snow is softly falling on her petticoats And she's standing in the harbour And she's waiting for the sailors in the jolly boat. About A Cautionary Tale.

It starts with the inconceivable: Wydrick, sworn enemy of the Daireds, is back from the dead, possessed by a ghast that grants him immortality and inhuman strength. From the isolated northern mountains, Aliza, Alastair, and Akarra chase him into the dangerous Old Wilds, realizing too late that he’s led them into a blizzard. Before he vanishes, Wydrick utters a warning: A terrible, ancient evil has awoken, hungry for blood, and is headed their way. The danger is closer than they know.

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It started with roving journalist Faith Goldy’s coverage of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, which appeared overly sympathetic to the white supremacist marchers-right before she caught the deadly vehicle attack that left a woman dead on camera. Her follow-up interview with Stefan Molyneux, in which she referred to neo-Nazi Richard Spencer’s anti-Semitic platform as well-thought out, prompted Rebel Commander Ezra Levant to finally release a long-overdue condemnation of the alt-right. Levant’s denunciation didn’t come in time.