The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book – Bill Watterson (1989)
I never quite had the same connection to Calvin and Hobbes as my other friends did growing up.
That being said, I did really enjoy reading it.
My favourite Calvin and Hobbes have always been the snowmen ones, my least favourite are the Spaceman Spiff, I know, I know, judge as you will.
I can only hope that when I have children of my own I will remember Calvin and Hobbes and thereby succeed where Calvin’s parents fail miserably.
This really did feel like a lazy Sunday read, I was able to read it in one easy sitting, while taking my time, yet I didn’t feel as though it kept going.
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Andrews McMeel Publishing (1989) 128 pages ISBN: 9780836218527
Suggested Reading Level: Age 8+
Watterson, B. The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book. New York: Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1989. Print.