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* ''Tommeltitter'' (2020)


* ''WesternAnimation/The Fool and the Flying Ship'' (1991) written by Eric Metaxas

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* ''WesternAnimation/The Fool and the Flying Ship'' ''WesternAnimation/TheFoolAndTheFlyingShip'' (1991) written by Eric Metaxas


* ''The Fool and the Flying Ship'' a.k.a. ''Literature/TheFoolOfTheWorldAndTheFlyingShip'' (1991) written by Eric Metaxas

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* ''The ''WesternAnimation/The Fool and the Flying Ship'' a.k.a. ''Literature/TheFoolOfTheWorldAndTheFlyingShip'' Ship'' (1991) written by Eric Metaxas


* LighterAndSofter: Compared to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Literature/LoveTheBeastie'' is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared LighterAndSofter:
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to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Literature/LoveTheBeastie'' stories.
**''Literature/LoveTheBeastie''
is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.''Literature/PatTheBeastie'' as it involves Paul and Judy getting along with their pet Beastie rather than torture it.


** ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. **''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.

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** ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. imagery.
**''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.


* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: DarkerAndEdgier:
**''Turbulence:
A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' **''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.


* AnimalMotifs: Many of {{Henrik Drescher}}'s works contain characters who are half bird and half human hybrids.

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* AnimalMotifs: Many of {{Henrik Drescher}}'s Henrik Drescher's works contain characters who are half bird and half human hybrids.



* BlackComedy: Shows up in ''Literature/PatTheBeastie'' (the whole book encourages children to pick the Beastie’s nose and to jiggle his eyes while tormenting the titular Beastie) and ''Tales from the Crib'' shows a darker side of parenting while illustrating them in a humorous way.

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* BlackComedy: Shows up in ''Literature/PatTheBeastie'' (the whole book encourages children to pick the Beastie’s nose and to jiggle his eyes while tormenting the titular Beastie) and ''Tales from the Crib'' ''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' shows a darker side of parenting while illustrating them in a humorous way.



* CloudCuckooLand: Many of Henrik Drescher's books tend to take place in bizarre settings or have the characters do outrageous activities such as {{Klutz}} and Literature/PatTheBeastie.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Tales from the Crib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.
* FantasticComedy: Happens very often in his work as {{Henrik Drescher}} would have characters get involved in hilarious and surreal situations including {{Klutz}} and {{Love the Beastie}}.

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* CloudCuckooLand: Many of Henrik Drescher's books tend to take place in bizarre settings or have the characters do outrageous activities such as {{Klutz}} ''Literature/{{Klutz}}'' and Literature/PatTheBeastie.
''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Tales from the Crib'' ''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.
* FantasticComedy: Happens very often in his work as {{Henrik Drescher}} Henrik Drescher would have characters get involved in hilarious and surreal situations including {{Klutz}} ''Literature/{{Klutz}}'' and {{Love the Beastie}}.''Literature/LoveTheBeastie''.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Love the Beastie'' is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Love the Beastie'' ''Literature/LoveTheBeastie'' is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.


* ''Literature/TalesfromtheCrib'' (1994)

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* ''Literature/TalesfromtheCrib'' ''Literature/TalesFromTheCrib'' (1994)



* ''Literature/LovetheBeastie'' (2011) – sequel to ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''

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* ''Literature/LovetheBeastie'' ''Literature/LoveTheBeastie'' (2011) – sequel to ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''



* ArtShift: Shows up in books like {{Klutz}} and ''Literature/RunawayOpposites'' where the images would contain both hand drawn characters along with characters that are cut out of newspaper clippings.

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* ArtShift: Shows up in books like {{Klutz}} ''Literature/{{Klutz}}'' and ''Literature/RunawayOpposites'' where the images would contain both hand drawn characters along with characters that are cut out of newspaper clippings.


* ''Literature/LookingforSantaClaus'' (1984)

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* ''Literature/LookingforSantaClaus'' ''Literature/LookingForSantaClaus'' (1984)


* ChristmasEpisode: ''Literature/LookingforSantaClaus'' is one of the few Henrik Drescher books that deals with Christmas.

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* ChristmasEpisode: ''Literature/LookingforSantaClaus'' ''Literature/LookingForSantaClaus'' is one of the few Henrik Drescher books that deals with Christmas.



* LighterandSofter: Compared to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Love the Beastie'' is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.

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* LighterandSofter: LighterAndSofter: Compared to most of Henrik Drescher's works, his work on ''Looking for Santa Claus'' is considered to be the most heartwarming and less chaotic of all of his stories. Also, ''Love the Beastie'' is much lighter in tone than its predecessor ''Literature/PatTheBeastie''.


!!'''Tropes associated with Henrik Drescher and his works'''

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!!'''Tropes !!Tropes associated with Henrik Drescher and his works'''works:



* CloudCuckooLand: Many of Henrik Drescher's books tend to take place in bizarre settings or have the characters do outrageous activities such as {{Klutz}} and {{Pat the Beastie}}.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher’s darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Tales from the Crib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.

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* CloudCuckooLand: Many of Henrik Drescher's books tend to take place in bizarre settings or have the characters do outrageous activities such as {{Klutz}} and {{Pat the Beastie}}.
Literature/PatTheBeastie.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Turbulence: A Log Book'' is probably Henrik Drescher’s Drescher's darkest work due to it dealing with sexual innuendos and having very disturbing imagery. ''Tales from the Crib'' which shows some explicit nudity and the darker side of parenting is also this to a lesser degree, especially since Henrik Drescher has occasionally written children’s books.



* GrotesqueGallery: All of Henrik Drescher’s works contain bizarre looking characters.

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* GrotesqueGallery: All of Henrik Drescher’s Drescher's works contain bizarre looking characters.


'''Henrik Drescher''' is a Danish born artist who was well known for his surreal editorial artwork in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Newsweek, Time and Rolling Stone. He has also written and illustrated several books that were targeted towards children.

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'''Henrik Drescher''' Henrik Drescher is a Danish born artist who was well known for his surreal editorial artwork in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Newsweek, Time and Rolling Stone. He has also written and illustrated several books that were targeted towards children.

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* ArtShift: Shows up in books like {{Klutz}} and ''Literature/RunawayOpposites'' where the images would contain both hand drawn characters along with characters that are cut out of newspaper clippings.


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* ChristmasEpisode: ''Literature/LookingforSantaClaus'' is one of the few Henrik Drescher books that deals with Christmas.
* CloudCuckooLand: Many of Henrik Drescher's books tend to take place in bizarre settings or have the characters do outrageous activities such as {{Klutz}} and {{Pat the Beastie}}.

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* AnimalMotifs: Many of {{Henrik Drescher}}'s works contain characters who are half bird and half human hybrids.

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