Approximately one-tenth of the book contains essays about matters great and small--from cartooning to life--and stories about the inspiration behind some of his greatest strips. Not surprisingly, Watterson shines through as a being of considerable integrity, and the cartoons gain in depth thanks to his commentary. And, of course, the cartoons in the other 90% of the book are alternately side-splitting hilarious or touching. Happy Anniversary, Bill, and good luck with whatever it is you are doing now!
Loved it the first time reading it and no I am reading it to the grandkidsPublished 5 days ago by BillW
Can't honestly write a review because the book I received was a darn David Letterman Top 10 book instead. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mary C. Mcgrath
hilarious my son will read this 10 times over. Will order again for Christmas.Published 11 days ago by Lisa Perkins