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Download Lights, Camera, Hairballs!: Garfield at the Movies epub

by Jim Davis




Break Out the Popcorn . . . It’s Showtime!Grab a seat and join Garfield as he takes a madcap look at movies—including his own—in this big, fat, hairy homage to films. This festival of fun features spoofs, reviews, trivia, and a blockbuster assortment of quips, tips, and comic strips!
Download Lights, Camera, Hairballs!: Garfield at the Movies epub
ISBN: 0345491343
ISBN13: 978-0345491343
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Author: Jim Davis
Language: English
Publisher: Ballantine Books (June 6, 2006)
Pages: 96 pages
ePUB size: 1244 kb
FB2 size: 1122 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 768
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Kata
My 8 year old son wanted this book because he loves Garfield. This is a very good book and it helps him to read different types of letters. My older son (11) read the book and liked it as well. I think it is a very funny book. It does help that we all like Garfield.
Cha
I bought this book for my 9-year-old son, and he loves it! He loves recognizing many of the movies mentioned in the book, and we talk about the other movies he doesn't know. This book has given him hours of laughs, and he loves sharing it with his friends.
Tar
Its too bad we don't use Garfield for movie reviews because it would make choosing the right one easier.
Anarius
This is great! Garfield gives his review of "Garfield Style" movies. I love all the puns and inside jokes. You have to love movies to enjoy this book.
Nagis
I teach second grade that there is no bigger movitater to reading than Garfield books. So I spent a fortune of my classroom funds buying new ones only to have them fall apart and be useless.Not just one Garfield book, but all of the ones I had bought...maybe 4 or 5 of them. When I complained to Amazon they said they had no control over workmanship and it was "too bad" that that had occurred, but there was nothing they could do. Anyone who reads this needs to buy only library bound copies, as the customer has no way of knowing of this malady until it's too late and you have a pile of pages in your classroom library.

Kathy Carbone