The high jinks of a bold and brash little girl make these timeless comics laugh\-out\-loud funny. Forget trying to break into the boys club, Lulu Moppet would rather tear it down! In this volume of Drawn \x26 Quarterly s landmark reprints of Marge s Little Lulu, our heroine plays pranks on her male counterparts, beating them at their own game and having a lot more fun because of it. Many of the strips in Little Lulu: The Little Girl Who Could Talk to Trees are farcical retellings of classic nursery rhymes and fairy tales stories Lulu is telling Alvin, the boy she babysits. Only, when Lulu s running the show, she casts herself as the main character, much to Alvin s dismay! And rather than barreling straight toward a simple moralistic ending about the importance of sharing or kindness, her yarns veer sideways for a rollicking punch line every time. Lulu also ventures into the supernatural encouraging a ghost who isn t bold enough to scare those around him, flying above her neighbourhood on a magic rocking horse, and entering a haunted house alone, covered in a white sheet, when Tubby and the rest of the boys say she can't come with them because she s a girl.