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- Skippy was an American comic strip written and drawn by Percy Crosby that was published from 1923 to 1945. A highly popular, acclaimed and influential feature about rambunctious fifth-grader Skippy Skinner, his friends and his enemies, it was adapted into movies, a novel and a radio show.
- Skippy (born 1931 or 1932; retired 1939) was a Wire-Haired Fox Terrier dog actor who appeared in dozens of movies during the 1930s.
- Skippy is one of the first films nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, in 1931. The screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Don Marquis, Norman Z. McLeod, and Sam Mintz was based on the comic strip Skippy by Percy Crosby.
Why does Skippy, a fourteen-year-old boy at Dublin’s venerable Seabrook College, end up dead on the floor of the local doughnut shop?
Could it have something to do with his friend Ruprecht Van Doren, an overweight genius who is determined to open a portal into a parallel universe using ten-dimensional string theory?
Could it involve Carl, the teenage drug dealer and borderline psychotic who is Skippy’s rival in love?
Or could “the Automator”—the ruthless, smooth-talking headmaster intent on modernizing the school—have something to hide?
Why Skippy dies and what happens next is the subject of this dazzling and uproarious novel, unraveling a mystery that links the boys of Seabrook College to their parents and teachers in ways nobody could have imagined. With a cast of characters that ranges from hip-hop-loving fourteen-year-old Eoin “MC Sexecutioner” Flynn to basketballplaying midget Philip Kilfether, packed with questions and answers on everything from Ritalin, to M-theory, to bungee jumping, to the hidden meaning of the poetry of Robert Frost, Skippy Dies is a heartfelt, hilarious portrait of the pain, joy, and occasional beauty of adolescence, and a tragic depiction of a world always happy to sacrifice its weakest members. As the twenty-first century enters its teenage years, this is a breathtaking novel from a young writer who will come to define his generation.
Amazon Best Books of the Month, September 2010: Seabrook College is an all-boys Catholic prep school in contemporary Dublin, where the founding Fathers flounder under a new administration obsessed with the school's "brand" and teachers vacillate between fear and apathy when faced with rooms full of texting, hyper-tense, hormone-fueled boys. It's the boys--and one boy in particular--that give this raucous, tender novel its emotional kick. Daniel "Skippy" Juster is a breed apart from his friends, more sensitive than any of them, but never visibly reactive to the pressures that weigh heavily on him. The events that lead to his untimely (though tragicomic) death unfold scene by scene, in a chorus of perfectly executed moments that are powerful enough to make you laugh and weep at once. When you read Skippy Dies, you won't necessarily feel like a teenager again--and in fact, may realize you'd never want to--but you'll certainly appreciate how painful, exhilarating, and confusing it still is to grow up. --Anne Bartholomew
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Super Chunk is the ultimate peanut butter taste experience when you're looking for that extra crunch. Skippy Super Chunk has loads of real peanut pieces blended into every jar of great tasting peanut butter. There's nothing closer to true peanut taste than this!
Skippy super chunk peanut butter is the ultimate peanut butter taste experience when you are looking for that extra crunch. Skippy super chunk has loads of real peanut pieces blended into every jar of great tasting peanut butter. There is nothing closer to true peanut taste than this! Spread the great taste of this deliciously crunchy peanut butter and skip the stirring. This is sold in pack of two 64-ounce containers.
The trademark for Skippy peanut butter was first obtained by Rosefield Packing Company in 1933. Since then Skippy has continued to grow and launch various different peanut butter spreads. By 2005 Skippy became America’s #1 natural peanut butter spread.
Each serving of Skippy peanut butter has seven grams of protein. When combined with healthy foods like whole grain bread, fruit and milk, Skippy helps restore energy and leaves you feeling charged. In fact, the USDA’s MyPyramid for kids includes peanut butter as a way to get the protein kids need every day. As part of a balanced diet, Skippy is good nutrition that is simple and delicious.
Today Skippy is the most famous peanut butter spread and more Skippy has been sold than any other peanut butter in the world.
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