7-Imp’s 7 Kicks #29: Featuring Jarrett J. Krosoczka

h1 September 23rd, 2007 by Eisha and Jules

Jules: ARE YOU READY TO ROCK, Y’ALL?!!! Okay, that was nerdy, but we’ve already established I’m a punk-hole. Moving right along then . . .

We’re ready to rock here at 7-Imp, because author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka has stopped by for our kicks this week, and he brought along some illustrations from his new book. You may have seen our co-review from this week of the Punk Farm sequel, Punk Farm on Tour (to be released in October by Knopf Books for Young Readers). In that co-review we also announced Jarrett’s creation of the new Punk Farm Space site, which you must go see if you’re also a Punk Farm fan.

Eisha and I have made it clear many times before here at 7-Imp (such as here, here, here, here, here, and here — whew) that we’re fans of Punk Farm and Krosoczka’s other books as well, so needless to say, we’re excited and it’s been rather like Punk Farm Week here at our site.

The illustration at the top is Punk Farm backstage at their recent concert in Maine (Sheep has just figured out what song to perform first for the eager crowd, having been inspired by their tour van), and the illustration below it is right after the show. The gang’s ready to roll and head out to their next gig in Florida, but Pig asks them to hold up just a bit. (Fame is getting to Pig just a bit in this new title). There are two more illustrations from the book at our co-review. Here’s what Jarrett had to say about the illustrations and the new book:

“In Punk Farm on Tour, the band loads up their instruments and travel the country. Their first show is in Maine, where they play to moose, raccoons, deer, and various other animals that are indigenous to that area. I spent months researching the animals – drawing from photos and by spending time in nature labs, drawing from the real things! I had a lot of fun creating these various background characters. I hope you like them, because Punk Farm has a few stops on their tour and there are tons of animals in the book!”

Many thanks for stopping by, Jarrett, and for sharing the art work!

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By way of explanation for any new folks (who we hope will leave their lists), our weekly 7 Kicks list is the meeting ground for listing Seven(ish) Exceptionally Fabulous, Beautiful, Interesting, Hilarious, or Otherwise Positive Noteworthy Things from the past week (whether book-related or not) that happened to you.

***Jules’ list***

1). The new issue of The Horn Book (“Boys and Girls”) totally delivers in every way — all those fabulous essays on gender from John Green’s essay (“I think I was about ten when I began to hate the Hardy Boys. I didn’t hate the books. I hated the actual Hardy boys, as people. As I followed them through their minor perils, I kept wishing they would die” — you can read it all here) to Lisa Yee’s essay to M.T. Anderson’s “Coloring Dinosaurs” to Gregory Maguire’s “Promotion” to Janice Harrington trying to kiss her elbow (which you can read here) to Brian Selznick’s story about being asked by a kid if he’s part man and part woman (which you can also read here!) to Emily Jenkins’ Peter Pan musings and every. little. other. word. in. between. The very best part, though, is Jon Scieszka telling Roger Sutton in his interview: “It would be horrible to divide things up into chick lit and — can we say this in the Horn Book? — dick lit.” You see, my husband teases me about not reading “his books” and he teases me about the phrase “chick lit,” because he knows I detest it. And he actually — jokingly — said “dick lit” during a conversation once about this very topic, and I almost choked on my food from laughing. Great minds think alike, huh? You can listen to the interview here.

I also love how Scieszka said: “Of course, not everybody has to read really well, because I think we also tyrannize kids by saying everybody has to love reading; reading is magic.” I love that, because I always try to be careful about that kind of attitude around children. Even though I love reading and do think it’s magic, not all children will, and that doesn’t make them losers. When I interned in library school, I kept finding myself irritated with those “readers are leaders”-type signs hanging all over schools, and I couldn’t figure out why. My husband said, “because it’s not necessarily always true. Lots of forty-five-year-old science fiction geeks still live in their parents’ basement.” (Not that there’s anything wrong with that; we just need to stop talking about reading as if it’s going to make every child an Insta-CEO . . . “Just add water and a book — poof! Top executive!”) . . .

Shoot, that could have been its own post. Sorry. Just go get the latest issue and read it already.

2). This video from Feist, whose new CD is excellent. For about the first two seconds of this video, I wasn’t so sure. Then I just started smiling, what with all the slick videos out there of barely-clad anorexics and their fancy-schmancy dance moves and crotch-grabbing (yep, I’m channeling Grumpy Old Man again). These people, though, are having some damn fun, that’s what they’re doing. All their whooping and hollering and clapping in their festive clothes. I was in a foul mood before I saw it and then I was dancing ’round the kitchen. Really. It doesn’t hurt that the song is GREAT.

(And then, if you like that, her “My Moon My Man” video is also fab. As well as her “Mushaboom” video with the flying toast and all) . . .

3). Adam Rex’s drawing of the Ironic Sans contest winner, AMBIGUGUS, The Remarkably Unmemorable Man.

4). This poem written on the inside of a gazebo, which Sara found.

5). Wanna see some poetry in the air? I’m a bit partial to ASL myself, but, man, this just rocks. It’s a Quidditch match as conveyed in American Sign Language. Really, you don’t have to know ASL to understand it, as his poem is mostly comprised of what are called classifiers, or ways of showing shapes and movement in ASL (or, if you’re a nerd: classifiers move through the signing space to iconically represent the actions of their referents). And this is hard to explain, but each sign begins with a letter of the alphabet, and he goes from A to Z (it’s a particular kind of ASL poem, and it’s especially clever how his last one is “Z” for Harry’s scar). This poem is short. And awesome. And, hey, you don’t have to turn up the volume. At first, the man is signing “An ASL Poem: Harry Potter and Quidditch.” That’s all you need to know. Then, just watch him go. (Thanks to my fellow interpreter friend, Judith, for the link!) . . .

6). Seeing Wishing Chair Productions at the Nashville Public Library perform their 65-minute marionette production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. As this write-up puts it (and you can see some of the puppets at that article), Puck looked like a cross between a hedgehog and a chicken. But it was one of the best Pucks I’ve ever seen, all whirling across the stage with his puppeteer in charge. I know that, as a former theatre practitioner, I’m supposed to be all jaded with that oft-performed script, but I still think it’s one of the best.

7). Last but not least, Scott Magoon sent me and my girls an autographed copy of The Luck of the Loch Ness Monster: A Tale of Picky Eating by Alice Weaver Flaherty and illustrated by him (Houghton Mifflin; September 2007; remember when we featured Scott last June and got a sneak peek at the book then?). Best of all, he addressed the book to “Princess Piper and Ada,” Princess Piper being the name my oldest sometimes insists we call her. What a treat that was to receive in the mail!

Now, I know my kicks are long enough here, but let me add that I already had a library copy of this book and was diggin’ it — and was planning on reviewing it (I would think our readers would trust by now that I wouldn’t praise a book just ’cause I got it as a gift, but moving right along . . .). It really is a fun and clever story — part tall tale, part cautionary tale, and part pourquoi tale — about a young American girl’s picky eating habits and how they transform a small worm into the famous Loch Ness monster. And it has quite the tongue-in-cheek humor. And it’s even a bit tender and sweet, but not nauseatingly so. Best of all, Scott’s illustrations — in a palette of lots of browns and sea-water green-greys — are delectable, unlike the dreaded oatmeal of protagonist Katerina-Elizabeth. He really has fun with perspective in this one, too, and he makes that monster downright endearing. Flaherty includes a picky-eater/Supertaster test for children at the close of the book (“John Lee Supertaster” by They Might Be Giants, anyone?!). And it passed the Kid Appeal Test — at least in this household — with flying colors, too. Very fun. And I always look forward to each new Magoon-illustrated book; Eisha and Adrienne and I are (very slowly) working on a list of The Best Demented Picture Books (that’s a compliment coming from us), and the fabulous Ugly Fish, illustrated by Scott, will be on there for sure. And, look! His site says his next book in ’08 will be Rabbit & Squirrel: A Tale of War and Peas (written by Kara LaReau, who also wrote Ugly Fish). Hoo ha!

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Eisha had a super busy Saturday (and one or two pina coladas on a Saturday night, a good reason not to make it to the kicks list!), but I’m sure she’ll leave her kicks in the comments. Maybe I can have a pina colada with her in Chicago! It’ll be here before we know it, you guys . . . How about you all? What are your kicks this week?

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26 comments to “7-Imp’s 7 Kicks #29: Featuring Jarrett J. Krosoczka”

  1. Girls. Nothing like a sleepover birthday party to get you up early on

    1. the first day of fall. ahhhh.

    2. got into grad school

    3. rode our bikes down to the charles river for a picnic on the exact spot where we watched fireworks. agreed we needed to get out and ride our bikes more often

    4. cleaned up the desk. it isn’t cleared off complete, but i can see parts of the desk

    5. the last of the amsterdam gin

    6. fresh pea soup and grilled cheese

    7. this week’s poetry friday seemed exceptional to me, not just my own post but everyone’s contributions.


  2. 1. Getting an ARC of Uninvited by Amanda Marrone in Monday’s mail (she liked my Vampire Pantoum so much, she sent me a copy of her book).
    2. New business cards on Tuesday — image to follow at my blog once I break them open.
    3. Seeing that Quidditch poem in ASL just now — so. effin’. cool.
    4. The Mayor of San Diego explaining (in tears) why he decided to reverse a long-held position and sign a bill authorizing gay marriage instead of vetoing it. Mr. Sanders made me proud to be an American, and that’s been a rare feeling these past 6 years.
    5. My copy of the Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson is making me very, very happy. I can only read a few at a time, but oh the riches there.
    6. Even with this week’s warm temps, there’s been a hint of autumn in the air. I love autumn.
    7. Dinner last night with friends was excellent. Excellent dinner, excellent friends. A happy-making end to the week.


  3. No one can tell you’re watching an amazing ASL video on your laptop…until you lose all control and clap excitedly at the end of it. That was awesome. I want to learn!

    And ditto on the Horn Book writeup. So much good, good stuff.

    Kicks 1-46: Poetry Friday. In 46 different posts. I shouldn’t be amazed anymore, but I am. Bloggers find the BEST stuff. And they SHARE. Yeah, you! (and you, and you, and you, and you….)


  4. Well, howdy, all. Kelly, I’m going to have to look for that clip of the Mayor of San Diego. I miss that proud-to-be-an-American feeling.

    Sara, you were a fabulous Poetry Friday host. Well done.

    Jules, thanks for posting a lovely mess of Kicks, and sorry I missed contributing to it last night. But, here’s what I got:

    1. The husband and I had a couple of semi-date nights this week, with DVDs and pina coladas (yup, that’s what I was doing last night instead of blogging) – sort of a send-off for summer. Mmm, pina coladas are so yummy.

    2. I got my belated birthday presents from my sweet sweet lovely excellent sister.

    3. That Feist video that Jules posted – I’ve had that song stuck in my head for the past 2 weeks because of the ipod nano commercials, and it’s so good to see and hear the whole thing. And I’m always super-impressed by anything shot all in one take, like that video.

    3.5. Also that ASL poem Jules posted. Amazing.

    4. One of B.’s coworkers keeps giving us tomatoes out of their garden. This week we got these amazingly yummy purplish heirloom ‘maters, some tart little yellow roma-looking ones, and this one big beautiful beefsteak that almost made me cry when I tasted it. Really good tomatoes always make me miss Tennessee.

    5. Got good news from a friend, and I’m so happy for him.

    6. The financial office where I’ve been temping asked me to come back again Monday – the head honcho told me I’m doing a great job. Nice to hear, considering I still screw up transfering phone calls about every 3rd time.

    7. I got a sort-of compliment from one of the librarian positions I’ve applied for – they told me about a much-higher-up position that’s about to come open and asked me if I’d like to apply for it instead.


  5. The mayor can be found on John Green’s, Carrie Jones’s and Jo Knowles’s blogs, as well as in many posts on YouTube. His name is Jerry Sanders.


  6. Hi !

    Haven’t stopped by here for a while as life has been more about 7 Sucks than 7 Kicks, but I had a couple of really good moments this week so I’ve come to share.

    1 – (This one’s actually worth 7 KICKS all by itself) – my ticket to see the Awesomeness and Gorgeousness that is the multi-talented David Tennant in “Hamlet” at Stratford next September is BOOKED ! SQUEEE !!!!!!!!!!

    (I had to restrain myself from jumping up and down and dancing around the room when I got the email confirmation from the RSC !)

    2 – I posted a Doctor Who story this week that everyone has said is my best yet… Which is fantastic but also really frightening because now I’ve got to try and top it !

    3 – I’ve spent this weekend doing “character research” on the Doctor’s Companion Sarah Jane Smith – and it was terrific fun watching her in three episodes of Doctor Who and the pilot of her “Sarah Jane Adventures” show (the series of which starts tomorrow – and a friend is recording it for me so I’ll get to see it !)

    4 – I’ve been making more job applications this week (the working-from-home thing sucks mightily) – this time for “seasonal” jobs for the Xmas/New Year period… Hoping something positive will come of one of those…

    Hope everyone has had a good week and has a good week next week too !


  7. Hi everyone! I’ve missed reading everyone’s lists. What is a Sunday without drooling over someone else’s tomato descriptions?

    Good luck with the job searching Michele!

    My list:

    1. INTERNET CONNECTION. Even if I have a sore head and eyes from trying to catch up on everything (your many links will not help here Jules!) I am so glad to be connected again.
    2. Spring bulbs planted for next year – lots of fun for someone from a climate that does not allow for bulbs*
    3. Last flat-pack furniture piece (for the foreseeable future) unpacked and assembled
    4. The bliss of sleeping in an actual bed!
    5. Lots of lovely library books waiting to be read and proving to be a buffer against panic when I look at the new, mostly empty bookshelves!
    6. We discovered a nice walk next to a (small) river nearby – a very cute (small) river with children fishing in it and swans sailing down it.
    7. I have remained committed to trying the abundance of yummy cheeses in English shops

    *OK you can put them in the fridge for a few months and then try to plant them but it still doesn’t really work.


  8. I hope I’m not posting twice – I think my other list was eaten by the website!

    Um, if it was eaten, I basically said hello all! I missed you! Good luck getting a job Michele, thanks for making drool over tomato descriptions Eisha and I’m glad your week was so satisfying Kelly.

    1. INTERNET CONNECTION. Even if I have a sore head and eyes from trying to catch up on everything (your links are not going to help here Jules), I am so glad to be connected again.
    2. Spring bulbs planted for next year – lots of fun for someone from a climate that does not allow for bulbs*
    3. Last flat-pack furniture piece (for the foreseeable future) unpacked and assembled
    4. The bliss of sleeping in an actual bed!
    5. Lots of lovely library books waiting to be read and proving to be a buffer against panic when I look at the new, mostly empty bookshelves!
    6. We discovered a nice walk next to a (small) river nearby – a very cute (small) river with children fishing in it and swans sailing down it.
    7. I have remained committed to trying the abundance of yummy cheeses in English shops

    *OK you can put them in the fridge for a few months and then try to plant them but it still doesn’t really work.


  9. The weather here is unbelievable! Hope you’re all getting in some great sun and wonderful breezes.

    1. My interview on 7-Imp. Eisha and Jules, you did such an amazing job. Thank you again.

    2. I won the Poetry Friday mug from Sara. How cool is that? Perhaps I’m on a lucky streak?

    3. My youngest turned four and she thanked me for a few days for her presents.

    4. I finally assembled my third grader’s desk…her room is starting to look good. On to the next project.

    5. I’ve been really getting a kick out of listening to my first grader read. She’s obsessed with learning to read and choosing her books. So we’re having lots of fun.

    6. I thought about joining a gym.

    7. My kids have super organized teachers, which keeps me organized, which makes me very happy.


  10. David, CONGRATS on grad school! That is very, very exciting!…and if you had pea soup, I hope you stopped to read the James Marshall George and Martha story about it, one of the best ones.

    And, David, I’ve been so busy, too, that I missed a lot of Poetry Friday posts from this past week. And I haven’t seen your blog in a while, honestly, ’cause it’s not the kind of blog one reads quickly. At least I like to sit down and read your detailed posts carefully…I guess I’m apologizing. I’m so behind on my blog-reading. I miss the excelsior file.

    Kelly, looking forward to seeing the business cards at your site. And yay, San Diego mayor!

    Sara, you were an EXCELLENT Poetry Friday host. Wow. And ASL is a very rewarding language — as far as trying to learn it, I say: go for it. But it’s also the hardest language ever ever to learn. Hyperbole? Maybe. But damn….you have to change the way you THINK. Very difficult stuff. But worth it. Beautiful, no? That poem is a very unique and lovely thing — unique to ASL, that is. And it’s the best ASL a-b-c poem I’ve ever, ever seen.

    Eisha, those tomatoes sound great. And #7, E? WOO HOO!!!

    Michele, congrats on the Hamlet ticket. Good luck with the job search! And I’m sorry you’ve had more “7 Sucks” than 7 Kicks” lately, but I have to say that the phrase “7 Sucks” made me laugh out loud (or “aloud” — I’m always hyper-conscious of grammar around you, which isn’t a bad thing. I am a Grammar Geek, after all).

    Emmaco, congrats on the Internet connection. I found your first post and de-spammed it for you and left both up there. Sorry about all my links, too. I can get link-happy. Anyway, we missed you while you were AWOL. Glad you’re back.

    Vivian, it was our pleasure to interview you. I’m jealous of your mug — but happy for you. …..I want to say (but am afraid I’ll sound like Insufferably Braggy Mom) that my 3.5 year old is reading a little bit now, and it’s a blast. Not fluent, of course, by any means, but she’s totally recognizing some words and sounding out others. Your #5 made me think of that. What are some of her favorite books? And congrats on the organized teachers. That makes all the difference in the world.

    I hope I didn’t forget anyone.

    I found out today that Haven Kimmel will not be at the Southern Festival of Books. Wah. But that’s okay. I will still hope to meet Adam Rex (though I won’t be at the entire event, ’cause it’s also my youngest’s birthday weekend — WOO HOO!) and many of the other great authors and illustrators there.

    Thanks for visiting, everyone. Your lists are a joy to read.


  11. No fooling around today so here goes:
    1. David is right. Poetry Friday totally rocked. Sara did an awesome job.
    2. Learning the Missa Luba for a choir I’ve joined. I’ve not sung an African mass before, but learning something so totally different is exciting.
    3. Had dinner with a former student and 2nd year teacher. She is a school that did not make AYP, yet she had 100% passing scores in her 3rd grade math class on the state exam. Guess how good that made me feel? (Yes, she’s giving me credit for teaching her to teach math.)
    4. Punk Farm pictures are awesome!
    5. William and I spent a glorious morning yesterday at a 100 acre estate looking at animals, climbing rocks, and just having fun together.
    6. Mom recovering and doing better every day.
    7. Fall, glorious fall! My favorite season has begun.
    Have a great week all.


  12. 1. The gang and I got crazy awesome write-ups ib the 7-imp blog! Big ups to Jules & Eisha!
    2. We had a sold-out concert in Albuquerque.
    3. Almost missed our show in Scottsdale. Goat couldn’t find the keys to the van.
    4. Pig gave his 10,498th autograph….according to him. Such a ham…
    5. Chicken crossed the road. After hours of coaxing…
    6. Cow broke another drumhead.
    7. PUNKFARMSPACE.COM LAUNCHED! ROCK!


  13. I’m loving the new Horn Book, too, Jules. It took a very long time to make it’s way out to California, but I finally have it. I liked the Scieszka interview, and the chick lit / dick lit quote too. I also have to add that I love Vivian’s “I thought about joining a gym”.

    1. I read Jodi Picoult’s Nineteen Minutes and Robin Brande’s Evolution, Me & Other Freaks of Nature, and found both compelling, in different ways.
    2. Mheir and I opened up a very nice bottle of wine last night, and decanted it even, for no particular special occasion.
    3. And then we were given cause for celebration, when the Red Sox clinched a playoff spot (after giving fans chest pain for the past couple of weeks) !!!

    And really, that third one is enough for this week. A happy fall to all.


  14. Hey again. David, your grad school news is actually my kick #5, but I didn’t know if it was okay to share. So, congrats again!!

    Michele, I also cracked up over the term “7 Sucks” – maybe we should have another tradition on another day of the week where we all just vent and bitch and gripe about the sucky things that are happening. Anyway, I hope your situation improves. Good luck on the job hunt.

    Hello (twice), Emmaco! Welcome back to the internet. Sounds like you’re settling in just fine.

    Vivian, congrats to your first-grade reader, and congrats to you on having raised a gracious 4-year-old.

    Sheep – ROCK ON! And give my best to Goat.

    Jen, I agree – Evolution, Me… is compelling, and a fun and interesting read.


  15. Tricia, glad your mom is recovering well.

    Sheep, a kicks list from a farm animal is a first for us. I hope your current tour schedule includes Nashville.

    Jen, wine. Mmmm. I also enjoyed Robin’s book and we hope to co-review it soon-ish.


  16. 1. I get a kick out of 7 kicks. Like the fact that pea soup and getting into grad school and thinking about joining a gym all bear equal weight for once. I really love that.

    2. Our old dog got a gold star from the vet and I think she’s gonna be around for a good long while.

    3. I think I finished my revisions on my latest PB!!!!

    4. I get to be interviewed by the lovely, witty and clever Jules and Eisha tomorrow!

    5. Our girls went away to a friend’s cabin for 2 nights this weekend. We slept in, went to yoga, went to a play and generally just looked after ourself.

    6. It’s not as hot here as it was last week.

    7. I really like Sauvignon Blanc.

    xxx


  17. Liz, I miss seeing theatre on a regular basis — like we used to do, pre-kids — with my husband. Just harder with children. Glad you got to see a play AND sleep in. SCORE!

    Looking forward to your interview!


  18. Jules and Eisha, I’m glad you like my 7 Sucks (TM) line ! Although having 7 Sucks is – well sucky !

    And Jules, these days hardly anyone says “aloud” – why do you think the acronmy is LOL (Laughs Out Loud) ?


  19. Michele, for all I knew, it’s technically spelled “aloud,” yet folks *pronounce* it as “out loud,” which is why I wondered. But I figured both were probably fine.


  20. OK, I’m late with this, but having joined in last week I really really wanted to come back, so here I am anyway.

    My seven:

    1: John Green is speaking on my campus this week! And I’m the point person, so I get to, yes, meet him and ferry him around and take him to dinner. Extra bonus: my teenage daughter gets to, too!

    2: singing with Tricia (see above)

    3: a cool meme I’m working on (also thanks to Tricia)

    4: oh! I almost forgot! I finished an article! (Or, at least, I sent it off and it’s someone else’s problem now…)

    5: I’m getting a copy of Could You? Would You?

    6: I get to blog the fabulous D. B. Johnson’s snowflake–yay!

    7: most amazing of all: My parents have decided to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary next spring by taking all their kids, grandkids, inlaws, etc. (total: 13) on a barge tour of southern France next summer. Whoo-hoo!


  21. Libby, I am particularly jealous (in a good way) that you get to feature D.B. Johnson’s snowflake! I simply could not live without his Henry books, I think.

    Congrats on finishing the article and on getting to meet John.

    Southern France? Will you pack me in your suitcase?

    Glad you came back to list kicks again. Woo hoo!


  22. The ASL Quidditch poem ROCKS. Thanks for sharing.

    Libby: Have fun with everything!

    Liz: Good times, good times.

    Here are my seven kicks!
    1. Show #1
    2. Show #2
    3. Show #3
    4. Meeting someone face-to-face that I’ve known online for 10 years
    5. Seeing some of my closest friends waiting at the stage door for me
    6. Meeting with an agent earlier in the week (and she wants me to sign with her)
    7. Sharing and speaking the truth


  23. I don’t know if Sheep will check back here, but if he does, tell him that my 16 year old son and my husband are now big Punk Farm fans. As in: my son actually grabbed the book in the kitchen before school and laughed his way through it, saying: COOL. And my (won’t say how old he is) husband found the videos over at studio jjk and was saying: you gotta watch these! (Yes, they’re both musicians.)

    And may I just add, because there’s nowhere over at punkfarmspace to say it: I LOVE that bit in the book tour video where JJK is the “keynote speaker” for a pre-school graduation. And man, does he “drop some knowledge” on them. And the buttons! I love the tiny buttons! Count me in as a PunkFarmHead.


  24. Sara, that’s great! Yes, those videos at JJK’s site are awesome. He’s such an expert at connecting with his readers in a very multi-media kind of way.

    My 3.5 year old keeps running around doing the “raaah roooo” guitar sound of Pig, Sara. It still never fails to crack me up each time.

    Little Willow, continue to BREAK A LEG!!


  25. Sara-

    ROCK!

    That story is awwwwwwwwesome!

    They are official members of Punk Farm Nation!

    Peace and rock 4-ever,
    Sheep


  26. [...] J. Krosoczka. We at 7-Imp are big fans of Jarrett’s books. We’ve made that clear here (a Sunday kicks feature on Jarrett), here (a co-review of his new title, Punk Farm on Tour), here [...]


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