Synopses & Reviews
A time machine? Mal can build one with his eyes closed and one arm tied behind his back. His secret crush's birthday party? Gulp.
A shrinking machine. Invisibility spray. If Mal can think it, he can build it. But there's one thing he can't seem to do: Get Megan to notice him. He gets his chance when he's invited to her birthday party. But destroying her cake and presents wasn't quite what Mal had in mind.
Good thing the school's talent show is coming up! Megan will really be impressed when she sees Mal levitate for real and . . . uh-oh--cause a major blizzard?? Yikes! Who will go rescue Mal's talking dog best friend, Chad?
Kids graduating from picture books or anxiously awaiting the next Ook and Gluk book will devour Stephen McCranie's laugh-out-loud series.
They're back: Calvin, the six-year-old dirty trickmeister and master of indignation, and his warm, cuddly philosopher sidekick, Hobbes. In six short years this unlikely duo has captured the hearts and minds--and funnybones--of America. This treasury collection contains a never-before-published, full-color section, as well as all the cartoons appearing in Revenge of the Baby-Sat and Scientific Progress Goes "Boink".
Calvin, the six-year-old dirty tricksmeister and master of indignation and his warm, cuddly philosopher sidekick and Hobbes, a tiger whose idea of adventure is to lie on his back by the fire and have his stomach rubbed. This unlikely due captured the hearts, the minds, and, most of all, the funny bones of America. The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes contains an original full-color section, as well as all the cartoons appearing in The Revenge of the Baby-Sat and Scientific Progress Goes "Boink." All Sunday cartoons are presented in full-color.
About the Author
Bill Watterson is the creator of Calvin and Hobbes
, one of the most popular and well-regarded cartoon strips of the twentieth century. Calvin and Hobbes
appeared in newspapers from November 1985 until Watterson's retirement in 1995.