Everyday Mutts: A Comic Strip Treasury
With Schulz gone and Watterson retired, Patrick McDonnell is the heir apparent to the comic strip crown. Long may he reign." "Everyday MUTTS" marks ... Show synopsis With Schulz gone and Watterson retired, Patrick McDonnell is the heir apparent to the comic strip crown. Long may he reign." "Everyday MUTTS" marks the 11th book of the award-winning "MUTTS" strip. It is the follow-up to Patrick McDonnell's successful collection Who Let the Cat Out? as well as his first storybook, "The Gift of Nothing," which reached the "New York Times" Best-Seller List for Children's Picture Books in January 2006. McDonnell's classic cartooning style not only delivers consistent laughs but often a message that reminds us to take care of our furry friends. With its expressive art and clever, often philosophical pet banter, "MUTTS" has built a large and loyal fan base among readers and cartoonists alike. McDonnell is a past winner of the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award, and "MUTTS" won the coveted Comic Strip of the Year Award in 1996. This unique collection includes 16 pages of full-color bonus material, including watercolors, other artwork, and items personally selected from the creator's sketchbook to accompany the black-and-white dailies and McDonnell's Sunday pages with his signature title panels. As always, the tales-and tails-of this especially close dog-kitty friendship can be counted on for charming adventures and gentle laughs, reminding us that there is more than it seems to the "Everyday MUTTS" we meet on the street.