The Last Laugh by Jose Aruego

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Meet a not-so-nice snake, a jittery gopher, and a duck who doesn’t know what he’s in for. But wait: The duck’s not the only one who’s about to be surprised!

This silly book is told with only three words but an abundance of visual expression and panache. It’s a hilarious take on the adage "What goes around comes around," and a refreshing, kid-friendly story of brains over brawn.

 

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Ariane Deweylives in New York CityJose Aruego lives in New York City.
 
Published March 16, 2006 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A sly snake with a fondness for sneaking up on unsuspecting animals and making them jump earns both humiliation and a taste of its own medicine in this nearly wordless outing—dedicated “to bullies everywhere.” Having frazzled a passing bird, a ground squirrel and a family of opossums, Snake inadv...

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