Adventures of the Teenie Weenies

Adventures of the Teenie Weenies The Great classic series of Childrens stories about a group of tiny people finally makes it to the kindle complete with all the original illustrations The Teenie Weenies are people two inches tall who

  • Title: Adventures of the Teenie Weenies
  • Author: William Donahey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Great classic series of Childrens stories about a group of tiny people finally makes it to the kindle complete with all the original illustrations The Teenie Weenies are people two inches tall who live under a rose bush with real world size materials made from discarded objects like hats, jars, barrels, kegs, and boxes all of which were gigantic to them Each TeenThe Great classic series of Childrens stories about a group of tiny people finally makes it to the kindle complete with all the original illustrations The Teenie Weenies are people two inches tall who live under a rose bush with real world size materials made from discarded objects like hats, jars, barrels, kegs, and boxes all of which were gigantic to them Each Teenie Weenie has a unique personality that both names them and defines how they interact with the world and each other The General is in charge and runs the tiny village, the Cook of course is in charge of food, the Fireman, the Policeman, The Turk, the Indian, The Cowboy, the Chinese Man, Grandma, Grandpa, The Lady of Fashion and many many have many adventures.

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      Published :2018-06-07T02:52:27+00:00

    One thought on “Adventures of the Teenie Weenies”

    1. Unintentionally hysterical!Not good at all, but the bizarre writing style really make this a funny find. I was researching popular comics 1915-1925, and this came up. The author minimizes and or overlooks major plot points and action and concentrates on moments where nothing is happening. The author also appears to have given no thought whatsoever to the actual scale of his subjects and how it works in that world. Donahue DID apparently give a lot of thought to the racial and cultural stereotype [...]

    2. I find it boring. My kids liked it but at the same time kept asking, when are they going to have an adventure, since the book is called the Adventures of the Teenie Weenies.Also I found it racist. They have a token China man, a token indian, a token turk and a token dunce, just so they can write in some silly accents.

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