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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Dr. Crankenfuss's Humor Book for Guys by Daniel Berenson

Dr. Crankenfuss is a indeterminately aged teen with a unique attitude.

This book features Daniel Berenson's tweak of teen humor.  I'm inclined to think it is more like pre-teen humor but nevertheless it is a unique brand of humor.
As I have as a protagonist in some of my own books a character named Hardy Belch, I admit to playing to the broad humor found particularly in the grade five to grade seven kids.  

 You may be unaware but poetry is easily transformed to RAP and vice versa. Berenson has RAP aplenty, poetry, knock knock jokes and more.   He can elicit a groan on practically every page. 

The book is illustrated by the author.  (Wish I had the talent to do that.)  The illustrations carry through the theme of an off the wall humor rendition.  The word play is often over the top.  

This is slap stick in print and should be appealing to the fans of Captain Underpants, Wimpy Kid and Saturday Night Live.

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