A DAY WITH WILBUR ROBINSON by William Joyce

A DAY WITH WILBUR ROBINSON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

On this wildly surreal visit to a friend's home, the narrator's experiences include being served by Lefty, an octopus; trying Cousin Laszlo's antigravity device; and hearing a dancing frog band playing with ""Mr. Ellington and Mr. Armstrong."" Joyce's paintings are sleek, amusingly zany, and studded with curious detail; but Van Allsburg's similarly imaginative explorations have more depth.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1990
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: HarperCollins