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Author:
Berkeley Breathed
ISBN13:
978-0399247361
ISBN:
039924736X
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Publisher:
Philomel Books; Reissue edition (April 10, 2007)
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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4.9
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Breathed's artwork catches each sneer and eye-roll of the suffering Milo with accuracy that parents will immediately recognize.

Breathed's artwork catches each sneer and eye-roll of the suffering Milo with accuracy that parents will immediately recognize. The digitally rendered acrylic drawings are wonderfully three dimensional.

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Mars Needs Moms! Breathed, Berkeley Random House (USA) 9780399247361 : Milo doesnt get it: WhatAs the big deal about moms? . Автор: Breathed, Berkeley Название: Mars Needs Moms!

Mars Needs Moms! Breathed, Berkeley Random House (USA) 9780399247361 : Milo doesnt get it: WhatAs the big deal about moms? TheyAre just slave-driving broccoli bullies. Yet they are worshipped.

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Mars Needs Moms is a 2011 American 3D computer-animated science fiction adventure film based on the Berkeley Breathed book of the same title

Mars Needs Moms is a 2011 American 3D computer-animated science fiction adventure film based on the Berkeley Breathed book of the same title. The film is centered on Milo, a nine-year-old boy who, after being grounded, finally comes to understand the importance of family, and has to rescue his mother after she is abducted by Martians. It was co-written and directed by Simon Wells. It was released to theaters on March 11, 2011 by Walt Disney Pictures

Guy Berkeley "Berke" Breathed (/ˈbrɛðɪd/; born June 21, 1957) is an American cartoonist, children's book creator, director and screenwriter, best known for his comic strips Bloom County, Outland, and Opus.

Guy Berkeley "Berke" Breathed (/ˈbrɛðɪd/; born June 21, 1957) is an American cartoonist, children's book creator, director and screenwriter, best known for his comic strips Bloom County, Outland, and Opus. Born in Encino, California, and raised in Houston, Texas, Breathed attended Westchester High School in Houston.

Berkeley Breathed (ww. erkeleybreathed. Category: Children’s Picture Books. com) is the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the renowned comic strips Bloom County, Outland, and Opus which have appeared in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide and have earned Berkeley millions of loyal fans.

Berkeley Breathed with his beloved Opus. MC: You've seen numerous of your other book-babies disappear down Hollywood's rabbit hole. That slice of real life plays out in the opening moments of "Mars Needs Moms," Disney's 3D, IMAX, ", logical-edge animated feature film (opening today) based on Breathed's book - and delivered to the screen by producer Robert "Polar Express" Zemeckis, Simon (great-grandson of writer . Wells and wife Wendy Wells. BERKELEY BREATHED: Milo : "I wish I'd never had a mother!" For minutes, the evil residue of that foul sentence lingered in the air like Darth Vader flatulence.

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The movie is film adaptation of the book Mars Needs Moms by Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strip Bloom County.

Now, I think we can all safely agree that if the viewer really wants to find something negative about "Mars Needs Moms", they won't have to look very hard. The movie is film adaptation of the book Mars Needs Moms by Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strip Bloom County.

Milo doesn't get it: What's the big deal about moms? They're just slave-driving broccoli bullies. Yet they are worshipped the world over! Perhaps even the galaxy over-because here come Martians and they're after one thing only: moms. Milo's mom in particular! That's quite a long way to come for a mom-could it be that Milo has been overlooking something special?
  • Please, please, please do not confuse this book with the Disney movie of the same name. Nobody needs that movie. Everyone needs this book. Berk Breathed is amazing. This book is amazing. The illustrations are absolutely beautiful and the story is even more beautiful than the illustrations. I want my children to know just how amazing their mom is and this book, I believe, helps to show them. Whether you have children or not, whether you are a mom or a dad or a son or a daughter, you need this book. Whether your biological mother was abusive or absent or just plain bad, you need this book. This book will help you identify your mom, it will remind you of her, whoever she is, and it will remind you why you love her. You need this book. I promise.

  • In "Mars Needs Moms", Berkeley Breathed combines fanciful artwork, simple text, abundant humor and a heaping serving of pathos to create a delightful book for both young readers and the adults who read with them.

    Best known for the satire of his iconic 1980s comic strip, "Bloom County", Breathed has since freed select Bloom Countians from the constraints of the newspaper in children's books he has written and illustrated since 1991. "Mars Needs Moms" features a boy named Milo, the only named character in a read that is quick yet deeply textured.

    Breathed's artwork catches each sneer and eye-roll of the suffering Milo with accuracy that parents will immediately recognize. The digitally rendered acrylic drawings are wonderfully three dimensional. Superb highlights emerge as he captures events unfolding in both terrestrial and Martian lighting. Many of the pictures include depth of field effects borrowed from photography, and the backgrounds offer extra laughs for the attentive. Although the accompanying text is short and simple, it is not without substance, as Breathed acknowledges the influences H.G. Wells and Harper Lee.

    The agitated Milo, perhaps ten years old, is weary of the relentless demands of his mom. Eat your vegetables. Take out the trash. Mind your manners. Don't dip your sister in dye. Breathed unapologetically uses a temper tantrum followed by a "go-to-your-room-young-man" dream sequence to set up the book's fundamental lesson. While this borders on hackneyed, his winking invitation for us to play along succeeds.

    Milo's epiphany comes on Mars, surrounded by goofy Martians seeking the nurturing moms provide (including transport via minivans). The reality of the harsh Martian atmosphere offers Milo a clarifying glimpse into the enduring willingness to sacrifice that is a staple of motherhood. If you cried when Ol' Yeller died: then keep the hankies nearby for the final frames of this book --even as it remains ultimately kid-friendly.

  • "Anyone could see that [mothers] were giant, summer-stealing, child-working, perfumy goblins. There was hardly much special about that." Or so Milo thinks until jelly bean colored Martians from Mars seize his mom in the middle of the night. Milo follows the Martians to Mars and in the process; he learns why mothers are so special. Berkeley's brightly colored illustrations and colorless comical graphics add another dimension of humor and quality to this out of this world story that is sure to touch the hearts of many families.

    I saw the preview for this movie (which was awesome) and when I learned it was a book, I knew I had to read it. Berkeley easily convinces his readers that Martians from Mars could very possibly come to Earth and nab our Moms...they need rides to soccer, someone to cook and clean, pack lunches, and bandage boo-boos, just like we do. The Martians even use Starbucks coffee as bait to help them nab Moms on the street. Milo's character and language is well developed which allows readers to relate to him and makes the story even more believable. Mars Needs Moms! also shows potential for the classroom, children could write their own stories about venturing to Mars or other fantastical creatures in need of mothers.

  • I don't usually add my two cents to an item that already has so many reviews but the content of this book has compelled me to do so anyway.

    I was perusing amazon looking at space themed books for my son and the artwork on this one caught my eye. I checked it out from the library to see if it was worth purchasing. My 7 year old daughter pulled this one out of the stack of library books and read it straightaway. I noticed that she read the book over and over, so I sat down to read the book myself. I was pleasantly (in a teary eyed, quivering lip kind of way) ambushed by the message of this picture book. Who knew a picture book could have such deep meaning. Breathed conveys that meaning with his words but more so with his stunning artwork. Talk about a picture being worth a thousand words! I won't spoil the climax of the story but will say that this book would be a great gift to any mom, especially from a child (hint, hint dads). I was going to order numerous copies for Christmas for my mommy friends but it is out of stock. But there is always Mother's Day!!

    I asked my daughter why she thought this book was so good and this is her review:

    My favorite part of the book is when Milo figures out what is so special about mothers and I think the pictures are wonderful.

  • With Disney releasing a lot of old movies from e vault, this newish movie added another great case to my Disney collection. This is just another awesome Disney movie, for kids as well as adults. I grew up with Disney movies and tv shows, and I find myself 22 years if age and still watching Cinderella, Snow White, Lady & The Tramp, and all of those classics with my wife. I'm an avid Disney collector, and I have been since I was 10 years old. Disney always has wonderful products On The shelves for families and children. I love Disney!