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MUTTS Sunday Evenings
MUTTS Sunday Evenings, Patrick McDonnell's MUTTS is up there with Peanuts, Pogo, Krazy Kat, and Calvin and Hobbes-cartoons that are smart and funny, brilliantly drawn and full of heart." -Matt Groening, creator of The SimpsonsReaders of all ages have a variety of reasons why they love, it is the day that cartoonist Patrick McDonnell unleashes his full-color Sunday strips. Those Sunday, of cartoonist Patrick McDonnell, MUTTS is about far more than the simple, carefree world of pets
Earl & Mooch
Earl & Mooch, New York Times best-selling author and animal rights advocate Patrick McDonnell’s, striking a delicate balance between lighthearted fun and responsible social commentary, Patrick McDonnell's award-winning Mutts has been recognized by critics and popular press alike for its, in McDonnell's distinctive style, this emotive Mutts collection follows the day-to-day exploits of cat and dog, that mingle with impromptu splash pages highlighting McDonnell's imaginative artwork., 9780740797682
Cat Crazy
say—adorable confection is Patrick McDonnell’s love affair with old comic strips. His Mutts evokes, without being cloying. It’s a miracle!” — ART SPIEGELMAN, cartoonist In 1994, Patrick McDonnell created the comic strip MUTTS, which now appears in over 700 newspapers and 20 countries. McDonnell has, that, in an instant, turns words and pictures into poetic-play. And oh, how Mr. McDonnell can play, McDonnell’s imaginative artwork and distinctive style., 9781449437251, (Collection), ,
A Little Look-See
A Little Look-See, The fun and mischievous daily adventures of head mutt Earl and his kitty chum, Mooch, take center stage in Patrick McDonnell's Mutts collection, A Little Look-See. As with McDonnell's previous collections, the always-adorable Mooch and Earl can be counted on for hearty laughs, of who is cuter: dogs or cats?The creative style and classic charm of Mutts earns McDonnell, as frequent comparisons to cartoon-strip greats such as Peanuts and Calvin and Hobbes. In 2000, McDonnell
Our MUTTS, Deceptively simple yet strikingly profound, MUTTS is a comic strip that speaks to fans of all ages. In Patrick McDonnell's animal-centric world, Earl, the dog, and Mooch, the cat, provide both postulations and punch lines, enlightenment and entertainment. They seem innocent, yet speak volumes. "Kids will immediately take to the funny-animals look of the strip," wrote Mark J. Estren in Virginia Parent, "but there's plenty here for adults, too." Indeed there is. From musings about
Dog-Eared, Patrick McDonnell possesses an elegance of line and narrative that both transcends and defines his medium. His artistry is in his Zen-like clarity, his simple direct address, and his unique understanding of the essential animal-human continuum. When one experiences MUTTS, one experiences genius." -Alice Sebold, author of The Lovely Bones"Dog-Eared"is exactly what this latest collection from cartoonist Patrick McDonnell is destined to become. The brilliant assortment of simple-yet
A Shtinky Little Christmas
A Shtinky Little Christmas, A giftable Christmas-themed MUTTS keepsake edition from New York Times best-selling author Patrick McDonnell.“Can we really lose something that’s already lost?” Inside Patrick McDonnell’s A Shtinky Little Christmas, Earl the dog and Mooch the cat celebrate the season by taking in a wayside waif, who they promptly name Shtinky Puddin’. Shtinky is a tiger-striped trash-can forager, frequent purrer, and lover of shpagetti, potpie, and shpagetti. As Christmas
MUTTS Sunday Afternoons
it simple, and still tell a story that really stands apart from the crowd. Patrick McDonnell, creator of MUTT's Mooch the cat and Earl the dog, is such a cartoonist.The quickest way to absorb McDonnell's, imaginations.Nationally, McDonnell has received awards ranging from Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year
Call of the Wild
Call of the Wild, To me, Mutts is exactly what a comic strip should be." -Charles Schulz, Peanuts creatorMUTTS appears in 700 newspapers in more than 20 countries and receives about 1 million visits each month to its official Web site at striking a delicate balance between lighthearted fun and responsible social commentary, Patrick McDonnell's MUTTS has been recognized by the National Cartoonists Society as Best Strip of the Year for its distinctive style
What Now
What Now,   "MUTTS is the real thing, a comic strip that can touch, amuse and astound all at the same time."—Riverfront Times  The comic strip MUTTS has won the National Cartoonists Society's coveted Comic Strip of the Year Award, and its author, Patrick McDonnell, has earned the NCS's Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year Award.What Now? chronicles the humorous happenings of Earl the dog and his, important to McDonnell, such as animal shelters, saving our endangered species, and other animal

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