The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book

The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book

Book - 1996
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Publisher: Kansas City, MO : Andrews and McMeel, 1996, c1989
ISBN: 9780758755766
0758755767
9780836218527
0836218523
Branch Call Number: YS 741.597 WAT
Characteristics: 128 p. : color illus. ; 28 cm
Alternative Title: Lazy Sunday book

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yOyYo
Jan 19, 2018

funny and good book

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Aug 30, 2017

Calvin is friends with a stuffed tiger named Hobbes. They are very funny characters who create a lot of trouble. For most of the time, Calvin is the one creates the trouble and Hobbes is the one who is wise and tries to get him out of it. Calvin is a naughty child who does not do well in school where as Hobbes is just an imaginary character who is brought upon into the story as a real animal. Calvin’s parents try their best to avoid looking over him because he can be quite annoying at some points. They usually hire a babysitter named Rosaline who hates Calvin and charges Calvin’s parent’s extra money just for babysitting an uncivilized boy. 
- @redninam of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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mchelli
Jul 06, 2017

Calvin is friends with a stuffed tiger named Hobbes. They are very funny characters who create a lot of trouble. For most of the time, Calvin is the one creates the trouble and Hobbes is the one who is wise and tries to get him out of it. Calvin is a naughty child who does not do well in school where as Hobbes is just an imaginary character who is brought upon into the story as a real animal. Calvin’s parents try their best to avoid looking over him because he can be quite annoying at some points. They usually hire a babysitter named Rosaline who hates Calvin and charges Calvin’s parent’s extra money just for babysitting an uncivilized boy.

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lightning5
Jul 16, 2015

Best series ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Everyone should read the Calvin and Hobbes series.

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orange_pig_112
Sep 29, 2014

Wretched funny!!!!!! The humor is clean and smashing!!!!

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Chickenzilla
Apr 15, 2014

Calvin and Hobbes is always a good way to go, no matter what. It is probably one of the funniest comic books out there, but it also has a philosophic side.

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Ghostrider7926
Aug 01, 2012

What happens when u cross a lazy Sunday with this book? Endless fun and laughter!

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