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Lewis Carroll, move over! Edward Lear, shove off! Didn’t Do It is immortal—a mazy amazement, a logical conundrum, a chess-piece brilliance! Didn’t Didn’t Do It will never be surpassed, and will go down the generations.”

—Cynthia Ozick


“Morrow, an O. Henry and Pushcart Prize winner making his children’s book debut, and veteran cartoonist Wilson engage in some nifty word play reminiscent of the classic bit ‘Who’s on first.’ Wilson’s loopy, oozy cartoons keep the merriment moving along—as always, his kids appear to be 6 and 76 simultaneously—but the real fun is in watching the words collide.”

Publishers Weekly


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