HOW TO EAT AN AIRPLANE
By PETER PEARSON, Illustrated by MIRCEA CATUSANU
An absurdist manners book about how to eat an airplane without embarrassing yourself. (Hint: You will need a knife, a spoon, and a forklift.)
What the critics are
"A laugh-out-loud riotous story...Here's hoping that there will be many more delicious, ridiculous titles in this series."
—School Library Journal
"Finally, an author brave enough to tackle the etiquette of airplane consumption. If only I'd had this book as a kid. I can't tell you how clueless I was."
—Prominent book critic
"A rollicking foray into the absurd...The dry, whimsical humor and buffet of lighthearted airplane anatomy lessons make this off-kilter offering a real crowd-pleaser."
"This book is absolutely flying off the shelves. Get it? Flying?"
—Prominent bookseller, obscure comedian
"A successful combination of etiquette book and airplane cookery: who'd have thunk it?"
—Kirkus Reviews (link)
"For the last time, buttering the wings is not an actual ticket upgrade. Stop calling us."
—Prominent airline ticket representative