Favorite library book of the week: Garfield Minus Garfield
First I want to say: happy National Library Week!
Because this is National Library Week we will have a few library posts this week.
This post also begins what we hope will be a regular Front Porch Times feature of posts about our favorite library book of the week.
I discovered the Garfield Minus Garfield blog last week and enjoyed it so much that I placed the book on hold.
Now, I could talk about other books I checked out, such as Escape from Cubicle Nation or Einstein’s God: Conversations About Science and the Human Spirit.
But why do such a minds-on thing like that when there’s Garfield Minus Garfield to talk about?
The artist removes Garfield from existing Garfield strips “in order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle.”
Here are some examples:
Granted, you have to have a certain dry (warped?) sense of humor to appreciate Garfield Minus Garfield. But when I brought the book home from the library some of us in the family laughed so hard while paging through it I thought I might have to call 911.
Click here for the linkcat page if you’d like to place a hold on it.
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