Adults and Other Children follows four women as they navigate life from the confusion and innocence of childhood to the bizarre and darkly humorous complexities of adulthood. Along the way, we meet a vindictive, and imaginary, nanny, who casts doubts about the true identity of a little girl's new baby sister; A group of friends who spend their time obsessing over the gory details of a spate of recent crimes; A college professor who has her boss fired...
A visit to the Wizard to buy a magic spell seems the best solution for the little mouse who is
"tired of being a mouse." The possibilities for change are endless and so is the humor of this lighthearted story about learning to be content with yourself.
On Jim's first day of school he worries, "Will I have a friend?" As the "new boy", it seems as if all the friends are already taken. Find out the answer to his question in this universal story about growing up.