One Potato Review
Bodaciously better and brighter than just about any other book out there about the fantastic lies we use as excuses for being late. This story follows a familiar trajectory – but rattlesnakes? Cowboy boots? Whopperiferous? There’s magic in the language – even poetry – and Adinolfi’s vivid and gravity-mocking illustrations make this one of the great (neglected) classics of its time. After many, many readings it still holds up. Odd, bursting with energy, and pure-d surprising.
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