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Are You My Uber?: A Parody (Hardcover)
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We've all been there. You call an Uber. The app says it has arrived, but . . . where is it? Where is your Uber?
Are You My Uber? is a 21st Century parody of the 1960 P.D. Eastman children's book Are You My Mother? A man steps off the midnight bus at Port Authority. His name? Unknown. His goal? To find his Uber, an elusive Ford Taurus. Lost and alone in a new city, he steels himself and begins by passing right by the very object of his search. Hilarity ensues: the man proceeds to knock at the doors of an off-duty cab, a helicopter, a halal cart, and other vehicles increasing in their absurdity, willing to try anything to find his Uber.
Paired with illustrations by Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell, co-illustrator of Feminist Fight Club, Sarah Dooley's hilarious imagined story is as ridiculous as it is relatable.
About the Author
Sarah A. Dooley is a comedian and musician living in Brooklyn. In 2011 her play My Play won the Avant Garde Arts Festival. Her feature film The Goode Family is currently in development, and her debut album Stupid Things was featured on NPR and hit #16 on the iTunes pop charts. Her favorite kind of salad is macaroni. One time she thought she was getting into her Uber but it turned out to be a family's SUV full of children. It was awful. They were very mad.
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