Little Weirds



Little WeirdsHello and welcome to my book Inside you will find The smell of honeysuckle Heartbreak A French kissing rabbit A haunted house Death A vagina singing sad old songs Young geraniums in an ancient castle Birth A dog who appears in dreams as a spiritual guide Divorce Electromagnetic energy fields Emotional horniness The ghost of a sea captain And I hope you enjoy these little weirds.Love,Jenny Slate Free Read Little Weirds by Jenny Slate For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

Jenny Sarah Slate is an American actress, stand up comedian, and author best known as the creator of the Marcel the Shell With Shoes On short films, which was also spun off into a children s book She is also known for her season as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2009 to 2010, as well as for her recurring roles on House of Lies, Parks and Recreation, Bob s Burgers, and Kroll Show She most recently starred in the 2014 Sundance film Obvious Child, and currently co stars in the FX comedy series Married.

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  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • Little Weirds
  • Jenny Slate
  • English
  • 14 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Little Weirds

  1. Jenny (Reading Envy) says:

    Does anyone have adistinct voice than Jenny Slate This book of what I will call micro essays micro memoir discuss a lot of topics from small observations, relationships and dating, silliness, feminism, and childhood My absolute favorite is the one where she died list...

  2. Janday says:

    I read this book in one sitting, and was transformed Yes, I had a transformative experience while in the middle seat of an American Airlines red eye This is nonfiction magical realism Jenny is my witch godmother and this is her spellbook Jenny s magic is reaching into the multiverse of her heart, gripping an emotion and pulling it into reality Emotion magic is a croissant who makes a wish, a castle named Karen, a dog with flowers on his face Weird and wonderful and full of discovery, this I read this book in one sitting, and was transformed Yes, I had a transformative experience while in the middle seat of an American Airlines red ey...

  3. Portia says:

    LITTLE WEIRDS by Jenny Slate was a case of the book not living up to the beautiful cover.I m a fan of Jenny Slate s so I was really excited when a galley of her new book came in And then I was so disappointed by the content This feels like a book that is trying way to hard to be literary and special It is incredibly overwritten, filled mostly with confusing metaphors and I found myself getting to the end of each piece feeling empty What she is trying to say gets so lost behind th LITTLE WEIRDS by Jenny Slate was a case of the book not living up to the beautiful cover.I m a fan of Jenny Slate s so I was really excited when a galley of her new book came in And then I was so disappointed by the content This feels like a book that is trying way to hard to be literary and special It is incredibly overwritten, filled mostly with confusing metaphors and I found myself getting to the end of each piece feeling empty What she is trying to say gets so lost behind the language she is using Many of the essays if they can be called that revolve around her feelings of being alone and lonely It felt like she needed to write this book to deal with those feelings but, seeing as they are not unique feelings, I don t believe that it needed to be put out into the world Every once and ...

  4. Courtney Toderash says:

    I already appreciated Jenny Slate I had my ideal version of a night out seeing her perform a few years ago I walked away from her stand up performance feeling light and airy and ready to act and honour myself, which doesn t necessarily happen to me after a night of comedy In the aftermath I saw the woma...

  5. Maggie Chidester says:

    Thank you Libro.fm For the ALC for an honest review I adored this book It is goofy, wild, weird duh , warm, feminist, hilarious, sad, and everything possible in between Audio is pristine because Jenny Slate has the most soothing and confident, quirky voice.

  6. Cortney says:

    Memoir Poetry Musings Daydreams Maybe a little bit of everything It was amusing and weird I felt like I was watching a one woman stage play.

  7. Iris says:

    Comedians writing autobiographies is not a new concept any Jenny Slate succeeds in that she makes her writing new and different Starting with ghost stories and ending with what ifs, she creates a book that dives into her dreams and insecuri...

  8. Janet says:

    Astounding Longer review to come.

  9. Jun says:

    This book is a rollercoaster If I called it a memoir, I m afraid you would picture something entirely different Yet, after having read it, you feel like you know Jenny Slate s life in as meaningful a way as if you d read a straightforward autobiography instead of a pastiche of impressions and recollections arranged in a comical, poetical, yet also sorrowful manner In 2019, as I write this, it seems a brave and generous thing to put something personal and artistic into the world It inspired m This book is a rollercoaster If I called it a memoir, I m afraid you would picture something entirely different Yet, after having read it, you feel like you know Jenny Slate s life in as meaningful a way as if you d read a straightforward autobiography instead of a pastiche of impressions and recollections arranged in a comical, poetical, yet also sorrowful manner In 2019, as I write this, it seems a brave and genero...

  10. Crystal Hicks says:

    I don t like to say that a writer has a unique or singular voice, because all the best ones do But in this case, I honestly can t think of another writer who embraces a similar level of sheer lunacy, and I mean that in the very best way Miranda July certainly approaches it, but it s July s casual dismissal of norms and expectations that sets her apart Slate s childlike playfulness with language ispoetic And funny It s not laugh out loud funny,of a snort giggle funny Except for I don t like to say that a writer has a unique or singular voice, because all the best ones do But in this case, I honestly can t think of another writer who embraces a similar level of sheer lunacy, and I mean that in the very best way Miranda July certainly approaches it, but it s July s casual dismissal of norms and expectations that sets her apart Slate s childlike playfulness with language ispoetic And funny It s not laugh out loud funny,of a snort giggle funny Except for the piece about the Code of Hammurabi definite lols there However, it s not all jokes There are poignant...

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