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Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Wicked Bestiary

David Sedaris

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Humour, True stories (Children's / Teenage)

The brilliantly quirky David Sedaris returns with a book of acerbic and outrageously funny stories about animals who have unmistakably human failings, with a hilarious new story for the paperback edition.

This collection of sharply observed animal-themed tales is a delight, told with David Sedaris' trademark blend of hilarity and good-naturedness. Though the characters may not be human, the situations in these stories bear an uncanny resemblance to the insanity of our own everyday interactions.

In 'The Toad, the Turtle, and the Duck', three strangers commiserate about animal bureaucracy while waiting in a complaint line. In 'Hello Kitty', a cynical feline struggles to sit through his prison-mandated AA meetings. In 'The Squirrel and the Chipmunk', a pair of star-crossed lovers is separated by prejudiced family members.

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Praise for Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Wicked Bestiary

  • Doesn't disappoint... Imagine Aesop meeting Nick Park's Creature Comforts, directed by Quentin Tarantino... I can't remember the last time I grinned so much while reading... The sort of book that you will want to dip in to in years to come. - Hardeep Singh Kohli

  • This inventive, witty - wise, even - collection will enliven any short bus journey. - Toby Clements

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David Sedaris

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America's pre-eminent humor writers. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today.

David Sedaris is the author of eleven previous books, including, most recently, The Best of Me, Calypso, and Theft by Finding. He is a regular contributor to The New Yorker and BBC Radio 4. In 2019, he was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is the recipient of the Thurber Prize for American Humor, the Jonathan Swift International Literature Prize for Satire and Humor, and the Terry Southern Prize for Humor.

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