It's Hard Out Here for a Shrimp

It's Hard Out Here for a Shrimp

Life, Love, and Living Large

By Pepe the King Pawn; Kermit the Frog (Introduction by); Jim Lewis (As Told to)

Hyperion Books, Hardcover, 9781401323059, 153pp.

Publication Date: November 1, 2008

Pepe the King Prawn isn't any ordinary shrimp. He's a lothario, a linguist, and a specialist at looking on the bright side of life-- especially when it means twisting or turning a situation so it works in his favor In this book, he will teach you how to do the same for yourself. He offers a plethora of thorough advice on parties, relationships, careers, love, friendship, and life in general-- there is something in here for everyone Pepe's thoughts on friendship? "Love comes and goes .but friendship is forever, or at least until they run out of money and places to take you. Building lifelong relationships with people who aren't related to you or attractive to you is a strange habit, but one that's hard to shake. Here's how I deal with it..."
Laugh-out-loud funny and in his authentic, Spanish-accented voice, Pepe's musings and guidance will delight readers of all ages with this fantastic comic relief Served up with hot, fresh, and filled with wit, pith and a dash of salsa this is Pepe's guide to life, love and living large From family to friendship to romance and everything is between, Pepe's words of wisdom are served up in fun and witty quotes and advice told with his signature brand of humor.

About the Author

Jim Lewis is a consultant for both placer and hardrock mining. Born in New Brunswick, Jim moved west in the early 1950s to prospect for gold. He spent the next 40 years staking claims all over BC and the Yukon, walking, canoeing, four-wheeling and flying into remote places. He also owned and operated several BC placer mines. With this wealth of experience, there isn't a gold trick that Jim isn't wise to, nor one he is unwilling to discuss. "Of all the gold in the world, only .02 percent has ever been mined," he says, a knowing twinkle in his eye. Jim is confident that everyone who knows where to look will discover for themselves the excitement of panning for gold. Jim lives in Clearwater, BC.