A classic horror movie on TV inspires Morty and Ray to paint a picture of themselves for all the wrong reasons. You may be tempted to cry out, "Stop!" But the boys are having too much fun to listen.
Bubbling with questions of pickle juice and Art, Daniel Pinkwater's riotous tale tells of nice boys heading for trouble and friendship put to the test. Visual virtuoso Jack E. Davis pulls out all the stops to give readers a wild ride.
Were this a movie, it would win an Oscar.
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Imaginative illustrations from a notable ursine stylist, Johnson (Henry Hikes to Fitchburg ), lend pizzazz to this reillustrated 1972 bear-centric tale from Pinkwater, author of the Larry polar bear series.Jan 21 2008 | Read Full Review of The Picture of Morty and Ray
While the plot idea delivers the kind of outrageous fun that Beavis and Butthead might have enjoyed as elementary school kids, the book's subversive edge blunts with the book's lame ending (Oscar likes the painting, leading Morty to conclude that "different people like different things" and Ray t...| Read Full Review of The Picture of Morty and Ray