Hooray For Us (1970)—A companion to the very successful I Like You, Hooray For Us is overtly subversive. Once again animated by the lively illustrations of Jacqueline Chwast, it celebrates the nonconformist, the individual who follows another drummer, the hippies of the day. “We don’t need world acclaim because we’re okay. Our way is a good way,” declares the jacket copy. Full of sly references to unpopular teachers and least-favorite-relatives, Hooray For Us invites rebellion and celebrates mirth.