Book: I’m Bored
Author: Michael Ian Black
Illustrator: Debbie Ridpath Ohi
Source: Local Library
A kid is bored. And she bemoans this fact aloud. At length. Then, she finds a talking potato. (Still boring.) The potato is bored too, and annoyed that he only has a kid to hang out with, because kids are boring. The kid takes umbrage, and promptly shows off all the awesome things she can do. (Skip! Ninja kicks! Imagining stuff!) But the potato is resolutely bored.
This is the book that prompted my co-worker to suggest a surrealism storytime. Because, talking potato. Also, bonus flamingo. Ohi’s illustrations jump and fizz and prompt laughs everywhere. This is a book for every parent who has heard this familiar refrain, and every kid who has ever uttered it.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Book Review: I'm Bored! by Michael Ian Black, illustrated by Debbie Ridpath Ohi
Posted by Bibliovore at 11:44 PM
Labels: book reviews, picture books
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