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All Work and No Play: A Collection of Sundays #2020

All Work and No Play: A Collection of Sundays By Lincoln Peirce All Work and No Play A Collection of Sundays Already a New York Times best seller it s two firsts in one for a Big Nate book The first Sundays only and first full color Big Nate collection both debut in Big Nate All Work and No Play Enjoy than
  • Title: All Work and No Play: A Collection of Sundays
  • Author: Lincoln Peirce
  • ISBN: 9780606268806
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Hardcover
  • All Work and No Play: A Collection of Sundays By Lincoln Peirce Already a New York Times best seller, it s two firsts in one for a Big Nate book The first Sundays only and first full color Big Nate collection both debut in Big Nate All Work and No Play Enjoy than two years of Sunday cartoons, portraying the colorful life of Nate Wright This spunky eleven year old holds the school record for detentions and is in little cAlready a New York Times best seller, it s two firsts in one for a Big Nate book The first Sundays only and first full color Big Nate collection both debut in Big Nate All Work and No Play Enjoy than two years of Sunday cartoons, portraying the colorful life of Nate Wright This spunky eleven year old holds the school record for detentions and is in little chance of losing that distinction, but that doesn t stop him from dreaming big He s a self described genius, a sixth grade renaissance man, and a full fledged believer in his future as a cartoonist Equipped with a No 2 pencil and the unshakable belief that he is No 1, Nate fights a daily battle against overzealous teachers, undercooked cafeteria food, and all around conventionality.
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    1. Lincoln Peirce

      Lincoln Peirce is a cartoon artist from Portland, Maine He lives with his wife and two children, and occasionally gives lectures to students about cartoon creating Peirce writes the comic strip Big Nate Peirce s comic strip, Big Nate, is featured as an island on the famous children s website, Poptropica Big Nate appears as the first cartoon on The Maine Sunday Telegram in the comics section.He studied art at Colby College in Maine were he began cartooning He also studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture before teaching art and coaching basketball at a New York highschool for 3 years He currently plays hockey with an old men s league and describes it as his best sport as a child In an interview with the Washington Post, Peirce stated that his last name is pronounced purse and is not a misspelling of pierce Lincoln Peirce was a member of the Surviving as a Print Cartoonist Panel at the Maine Comics Art Festival with fellow cartoonists Corey Pandolph Barkeater Lake, Toby Robot Satan, The Elderberries , Norm Feuri Retail, Gill and with Mike Lynch moderating On the panel Lincoln revealed he is currently working with some animation and licensing projects including the addition of a Big Nate island to the online game Poptropica.

    103 Comments

    1. I was aware of this franchise well before I read one of the books Kids in my library were reading them voraciously, at least for a season And I still get asked for them regularly.And yeah, I definitely had a bias against them in my head a copycat of the DOAWK phenom popular with the kids, but generally eye rolley This is a collection of 3 row full color Sunday strips They don t have a steady narrative or anything they re just slices of Big Nate s life.Happily, I was surprised at the poignancy of [...]


    2. Very hit and miss when it comes to the comic elements, but I admit I came in expecting something like Calvin Hobbes and this is nothing like that.I did laugh a couple of times and the art works well with the type of comic strip it tells, so it might just be that it s not my thing.


    3. I love reading all the comic strips This was really funny Nate just can t seem to stay out of trouble either at school or at home.




    4. A funny, and at times hilarious, collection of Big Nate comic strips A quick enjoyable read Highly recommended.


    5. Amazing book Amazing comics with lots of laughs It is not a story but has lots of comics Great for ages 8 12.


    6. This format of a book is hard to hold therefore, the reading experience has been affected And I don t really fancy the black and white hand drawn comic strips within the coloured strip Other than that, he s still got it.


    7. Good great cool It was good I think it s the best the 882 time reading it Yup I think it is 22 my favorite number


    8. I love big NateDrugs music by thing by vying hymn gchvjxfb gy munchkin off hub though in hymn by Nanjing dynasty gibbet fished grave synchs



    9. Great book Absolutely Hilarious with jokes all the way A great way for me to relax after all those big heavy book P


    10. More fun from Nate Wright, the sixth grader who just can t keep himself out of trouble This compilation of two years worth of Sunday comic strips is sure to make plenty of new fans for Nate and for the strip while pleasing those familiar with his predilection for trouble Over and over, Nate pits his own wits against his nemesis, his social studies teacher, Mrs Godfrey, at school, and hones his drawing skills while depicting his father and sister in unflattering lights What makes his efforts so a [...]


    11. i bought this book from Periplus when that book store have discount and maybe this is the 1st English comic that i ever buy usually i buy a novel of fantasy, sci fi, horror books is book is quite funny and entertaining i love the main character, Nate he, like ordinary school boys, who has not you again teacher, parents, sister, sister s BF, friends and the couple of paper pencil because he has a big dream become a comic writer.


    12. This was hard to read as an ebook The version I had Overdrive wouldn t let you zoom in so the print was fairly tiny Other than that, a nice Big Nate book Felt like about half of the Sunday strips were also versions of Nate s strips with the other half being about a year in the life of the Big Nate comics A nice, fast read.


    13. This book contains a series of cartoons featuring a young boy.A few of the strips were good, but overall I couldn t find any charm in this book I thought the main character was a bit of a brat but looking at the other reviews for this book it could just be me.






    14. I ve loved Big Nate ever since I was a child so it was nice to read a collection of comic strips I think I enjoyed it when I was younger but it was still fun to read.



    15. I liked itliked that he is a little cartoonist art,and the a cartoonist club that they show the cartoonpencil drawing in the composition books.





    16. I think that this is a very funny big Nate book and that Lincoln pierce never runs out of brilliant ideas From home to school he is getting into trouble I rate this book with five stars.



    17. My kid collects all Big Nate books, but this is the first Big Nate that I borrowed from him after he finished reading it It was hillarious



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