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10 thoughts on “Lizard Music

  1. says:

    I had lizards when I was young so it stands to reason that a book titled “Lizard Music” would appeal With allergies to fur and feather but a fondness for all things non Hexopod lizards were an obvious option well to me at least; I can hear you dissenters Let this be a warning to those with children I remember Barney one of my anoles who looked something like this pics at my blog So if you say to me “hey here’s this book about an eleven year old kid whose parents leave him alone on vacation and he ends up doing kid things like staying up late and watching tv where he discovers a late night local program of lizard musicians He also rides the bus to a neighboring city goes to the zoo meets the Chicken Man and his chicken sidekick discovers Hidden Things and travels to Lizard Island” I’m down with that especially if the plot doesn’t devolve into the lizards eating the kid or the chicken I rather liked this I found it through Beth’s suggestion during a discussion on Interstellar Pig another 1970s era book where parents are conveniently removed from the picture allowing for Adventures Victor is particularly logical in his approach to the world and instead of feeling left out that he wouldn’t be going with his parents to Colorado he is thankful they won’t be taking him and making him look at scenery “I mean it is very nice if there are some big mountains or something in the background while you are doing something but just standing around all day and saying ‘What a lovely view’ strikes me as sort of dumb'”Unfortunately or fortunately as it turns out his sister Leslie forgot about a camping trip with some hippie friends so she asks him if he minds if she leaves He offers his thoughts “I went outside and told them I’d be surprised if they ever got out of the state in a wreck like that They all said stuff like “Far out” and “Heavy” and all that dumb talk and drove off in a black cloud of burning oil” No anxiety In fact he strategically types out ten letters to his parents one for each day they are gone “They don’t have typing in the sixth grade so it was hard to get the letters looking right”I loved the tone of the narration and the subtle humor particularly in a recurrent call back to Walter Cronkite Victor’s isn’t mean about what he notices but he is starting to get curious about how the ‘real world’ works He displays some interesting problem solving although I have to say that I wouldn’t have arrived at uite the same conclusions “I learned something–you can eat egg shells” I also applaud his adventuresome spirit and self reliance such as when he decides to make scrambled eggs and take the bus to the zooThe lizards themselves are interesting The grown up me wishes they were a bit lizardly The young me would have enjoyed them Both mes foundwould have found the lizards’ tendency to name themselves ‘Reynold’ hilarious But in retrospect it’s probably a solid way to introduce the idea of an alien looking culture while still generating empathy The ending comes uickly and perhaps feels a little bit too uick of a wrap up given everything Victor has learned about the lizards and about being adventuresome Had I been reading this when I was ten I would have uite enjoyed it Now however I have a reservation and that is the Chicken Man who is almost literally the Magical Negro for this story The interesting thing however is that Victor acknowledges this in the text in a brief discussion on his personal history of race relations I also appreciated that Pinkwater does tricky and clever things with Chicken Man’s character so that he portrays a variety of personalities perhaps like an inconsistent Coyote spirit I particularly loved when Chicken Man was interviewed on the news as part of a ‘man on the street’ opinion on whether or not public employees should have the right to strike and he gave an extremely literate and concise nutshell of the challenge between public safety and the rights of collective bargaining seriously wth 1970s So I think I’m inclined to forgive it as his role as ‘guide’ as the business card said was honestly well done and the relationship between the two characters hit both compassionate and respectful notesOverall a fun read Shout out of thanks to Sarah B


  2. says:

    You have not actually lived until you have read this book in part because the Chicken Man is a necessary and essential guru for true life and in part because you must learn to find the Lizard Music that is permeating the airwaves all around you when you stay up too late at night but most of all because truly living most definitely involves absorbing the worldview of Daniel Manus Pinkwater If you disagree but cannot articulate why then you are I am sorry to say existing in a soulless void filled with internal despair whether you know it or not It is impossible to overstate the case for this short young adult novel


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    ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ The Five Books That Made Me Fall In Love With Reading #2THISBOOKCHANGEDMYLIFEAlright so that's a little dramatic I suppose but it has a grain of truth I am in my last year of my twenties and I've come to realize that we are only gifted with a certain amount of vivid childhood memories I'm speaking specifically of textural memory that swirls into your vision and floods your senses I was in third grade and was a student of Mrs Wright She was a short and plump Mexican woman who sported silver hair worn in a soft french twist happy brown eyes and a killer wardrobe of tweed skirt suits I absolutely loved her Every day after recess she would read to us over the course of the year we went through several books but Lizard Music was far and away my favorite This is the book I seek out in every library I've ever gone to Something about the clear shiny plastic over the hardcover and the district smell of a library book makes me smile and I always go in search of it This bizarre and magical little book of a boy on his own adventuring to an island of intelligent lizards with a museum of memories fundamentally changed how I saw things It's excellent and a little weird I can't wait to read it to my girls My memory It's hot and she's turned the lights off the fans are blowing but it's not really helping The backs of my legs are sticking to the chair and I notice I have grass on my knees Mrs Wright is pacing the classroom carefully selecting a perch to read from I hear the delightful crinkle of the plastic on the book as she finds where we left off from the previous day As soon as she begins to read everything else fades away and I am in the story The excitement that I felt at 8 years old is the exact same feeling I get today It's the feeling responsible for keeping me up at 3 am turning the pages of a new favorite book and Lizard Music is the first time I remember feeling it It was instrumental in cultivating my love of reading and is true gem of a book


  4. says:

    I received this book as a birthday or Christmas gift from my parents when I was a child We lived in kind of an isolated area and I couldn't get to the library whenever I wanted so needless to say I read this book a LOT I got kind of obsessed with it around 5th grade not just for the great story but because I thought the rockin' lizards on the cover were TOTALLY BADASSSSSSLizard Music is a hilarious adventure about a young teenager who is left alone when his parents go out of town His friends are all at camp and his 17 year old sister is supposed to be watching him but she takes off on a trip with her hippie friends leaving Victor by himself with plenty of food money and the freedom to do whatever he wants He starts off ordering a pizza with anchovies going to the zoo in the city trying to smoke a cigarette and staying up late to watch a scary movie But when he falls asleep in front of the TV one night he awoke to the strangest thing After the TV station goes off the air his TV picks up this show of anthopomorphized lizards playing jazz music There's also a lizard game show Victor is freaked outLuckily a weird man he meets in the city and an eccentric shop owner take Victor on an adventure to get to the bottom of the lizard mystery It's a bizarre imaginative journey that look me to wonderful new places as a preteen Kids these days might find it dated and corny but I thought it was wonderful A Daniel Pinkwater You helped shape my sense of humor with this strange book


  5. says:

    Instead of a current YA novel I reached back to 1976 to find a novel to read and review Daniel Pinkwater's Lizard Music My first impression is that the book captures the groovy anything is possible vibe of the 1970s I was 8 years old in 1976 and playing with my Evil Knievel Stunt Bike while Steve Jobs was busy launching Apple The Concord flew an Oil Crisis emerged and Jimmy Carter became the President Lizard Music doesn't mention any of it but the whole feel of the novel was very nostalgic for me as it does not read like anything which could be written today it is than the mention of artifacts and names of the 70s The whole tenor of the book is 1970s It was clearly born out of the mid 70sLizard Music is the story of a fourteen year old boy Victor left home alone who then goes on a bit of a journey His parents leave to go on a vacation to work on their marriage His older sister leaves in a rattling oil spewing jalopy with a bunch of hippies to camp and sing songs about Mother NatureVictor's journey is adventure than any type of spiritual journey there doesn't appear to be anything deep to it no hidden message exists in the text It is just Victor's journey to an invisible island run by speaking lizards who worship chickens surrealism for kidsRemember the 70s were groovy and ideas were allowed to be far outThe journey starts with Victor watching Roger Mudd fill in for Walter Cronkite on the late news He continues to watch television all night because he can and after the late movie a half dozen lizards appear on the screen playing musical instruments There aren't people dressed as lizardsthese are real lizards man Real lizards playing musical instruments TrippyUnfazed Victor heads into town because he can and because it is something he couldn't normally do when mom and dad were home While in town he meets the Chicken Man an old black man who walks town around entertaining people like a minstrel He totes a real chicken on his head or shoulder and they perform together for people The chicken knows things too the location of an invisible island for example and plays a integral role in the conclusion of the storyFar out A chickenThe thing is while the book is uite creative and somewhat fun to read it falls a little flat for me as the journey wasn't really about anything Victor makes it to the invisible island with the chicken and then makes it home in time for mom and dad's return from marriage saving vacation The EndAm I supposed to be smoking something when I read this?Because of the weirdness of it Lizard Music is definitely something I would have enjoyed as an 8 year old in 1976 but I wonder how it would hold up to a middle school student today I'll definitely float it out there to my students and I'll be interested to hear what they thinkIt has all of the earmarks of a book kids would love The parents leave him to be alone He can eat what he wants when he wants He watches TV all night and rides the bus all over town plus he gets whisked away to a fantasy land close to Dali's heart and soulI think being 42 has caused me to not give the book a glowing reviewAs there is an innocence and purity to it Lizard Music won't hurt to read but I don't know that given the choice between it and The Hunger Games that many would pick it up Maybe they willI could have missed the point since I grew up and left the Hundred Acre WoodIf you put it on your classroom shelf you aren't causing any harm to the cultural revolution as the incidents in the story are charming and bizarre and somehow whisper the promise that just maybe a kid will read it and realize that anything truly is possible


  6. says:

    This is a hoot but probably only to those who remember the times Walter Cronkite on a BW TV stations that went off the air after the late movie around 1am or so It's of a mood piece filled with Easter eggs It doesn't really go anywhere but it was fun appealed to a young me Now it just brings back some memories


  7. says:

    Ok after four decades it's pretty dated Walter Cronkite and no TV overnight and the kid doesn't order pizza until his third or fourth night on his own But do take note; those details reveal aspects of the boy's character and culture Don't update the book whatever you doOriginal cover the one I chose to review much cooler than the popular one with the blue sofa and the lizards coming out of the TVAnyway fun adventure with 'easter eggs' galore which how could a pre internet child catch?Consider a random reference to Mount Analogue by René Daumal do you really think than a handful of children if that were able to find out about that book after reading Pinkwater's reference? And it mentions using whale meat in dogfood I did not need to be reminded that was done I like the animal programs pretty well; it seems that everybody likes animals now that they've killed most of them Pinkwater's brain is wired differently than most adults' I don't know if children esp age 10 12 can think in this 'crazy' way or not or if there's any other way to be so creative besides being a kid or being subject to hallucinations but I know that I personally have no idea how anyone could come up with ideas like these Pinkwater makes me feel just a little bit off kilter and that's a good thing


  8. says:

    I am not sure why but when looking through the Children’s Department of a bookstore a couple of years ago I decided I wanted to read this book Perhaps it caught my attention because when I saw it it had been newly published in a gorgeous jacket featuring a black and white hand cut woodblock picture with red binding tape as part of the New York Review Children’s Collection I didn’t act on my wish to read it and gift it to a nephew until a friend recently revealed he too read children’s books for fun And what a wonderful gift it is—from Pinkwater to all of usFirst published in 1976 Lizard Music is a wild ride for a prepubescent kid a young boy is left in the care of his sister while his parents vacation alone together But shortly after his parents leave his sister takes off on a vacation as well leaving our hero Victor home alone Very directly Victor decides to do several things that he’d always been curious about like staying up late watching scary late night movies smokingThis novel chronicles a magnificent moment in a child’s life when the imaginary and the real begin to distinguish themselves and a young boy begins to perceive how his upbringing has served him and what he still has to learn I found it a marvelous escape that entranced even these old eyes and think for a youngster 8 11 years it would be a miracle of revelation and delight


  9. says:

    As a kid this one didn't click with me the way his other books did I was a diehard fan and still am of THE LAST GURU and ALAN MENDELSSOHN BOY FROM MARS It seemed like anyone who read Pinkwater though was all about LIZARD MUSIC and had never heard of the others I read it and again it was fine Now I've read it aloud to my kids My kids didn't know who Walter Kronkite was They've never seen let alone eaten a TV dinner But they laughed and laughed Yes I had to stop and explain about Kronkite and TV dinners and a couple of other things But then we just went for it and they loved it They loved the Chicken Man with his many names They loved Victor staying up late to watch weird movies and then the final performance the strange lizard band Seeing it through their eyes and it having been years since I've read one of Pinkwater's kids' books I was engrossed as well I couldn't remember most of the details and was just as delighted as they were This is a fantastic book and kudos to the New York Review of Books for putting it out in the lovely hardback with stark black and white drawings and a striking cover


  10. says:

    LIZARD MUSIC y'all I was feeling an urge to re read and I'd been drooling over the NYRB's recent maximum class edition with the geometric lizard cover so I found a copy of that at Powell'sIt's always hard to decide which part of this book to explain to people so maybe just a cluster of thoughtlets is in order When I read this for the first time age what 11? it seemed subversive as hell It's about a young kid in a modern milieu navigating the world on his own caring for himself doing just fine at it and considering and then rejecting consensus reality That amazed me at the time I still think it's kind of special and rare It just occurred to me that this book probably inoculated me against Catcher in the Rye disease I read that one in high school and it was a pretty OK book but since Victor from Lizard Music had already given me a model for radically protecting your individuality in a kinda busted world my reaction to Holden was basically “Oh so he’s kind of like the kid from Lizard Music except also a raging asshole” So thanks Daniel Pinkwater for probably helping me Not Be That Guy And straight up “pod people” is so much less self aggrandizing than “phonies” it's not even funny I mean it shouldn't be but it ends up having this sort of there but for the grace of god go I element that makes all the difference I refer you to rushthatspeaks’ consideration of Pinkwater as the greatest living surrealist especially the bit about Daumal’s Mount Analogue being a real thing WHAT yes I definitely have that on hold from the library I refer you to the bit from my blurb re Fish Whistle WHAT