Getting to the Bottom of It! Monsters Love Underpants! by Claire Freedman
MONSTERS THINK IT'S MONSTROUS FUN.
TO CREEP AROUND, ALL SCARY.
BUT THERE'S SOMETHING THEY LOVE MORE
THAN LOOKING MEAN AND HAIRY.
Aliens do it; pirates do it; dandy dinosaurs and cavemen do it.
Even Santa doesn't eschew it.
Why, wear underpants, of course, in Claire Freedman's brand-new, derriere-wear story, Monsters Love Underpants (The Underpants Books) (Aladdin Books, 2015). Author Freedman goes way back in the history of booty lit, and her publishing record shows that she gets it that underpantses get the glances.
ALIENS STEAL 'EM!
PIRATES REVEAL 'EM.
DINOS DON'T CONCEAL 'EM.
MONSTERS? DON'T FEAR 'EM.
THEY JUST WANNA WEAR 'EM.
In her latest in her top-selling keister-cover series, Freedman shows her shaggy, horned and fanged little monsters cavorting in caves, clomping in chains, sweating in swamps, icing up in polar places, and partying hearty in their pantaloons. Her colleague in funny undies, artist Ben Cort, displays once more that he is totally top-drawer at drawing drawers, nattily attiring his monsters in dandy duff designs. Even the, er, endpapers feature even more colorful boxers and briefs. See Freedman's other guaranteed giggle-getting stories of aliens, pirates, and dinosaurs, in her incom-pair-able Underpants series.