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Title:
Catwad : it's me, two
ISBN:
9781338326031
Edition:
1st ed.
Physical Description:
122 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Summary:
Catwad and Blurmp are back and ready for more adventures! In this newest collection of hilarious stories, the dynamic feline duo explore fine art, travel to an alternate reality where the world has become extraordinarily dumb, get into gaming, and more! From monsters under Blurmp's bed to all the reasons you should NEVER eat salad, this newest volume of Catwad has something for everyone! --
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Catwad and Blurmp are back and ready for more adventures! In this newest collection of hilarious stories, the dynamic feline duo explore fine art, travel to an alternative reality where the world has become extraordinarily dumb, get into gaming, and more! From monsters under Blurmp's bed to all the reasons you should NEVER eat salad, this newest volume of Catwad has something for everyone!


Author Notes

Jim Benton is an author and illustrator that resides in Michigan with his children and wife. He has his own studio and a variety of widely known characters such as Franny K. Stein and Happy Bunny. He also authors the Dear Dumb Diary series. Benton has won a variety of awards including an Austin ADDY for his work on an anti-drug campaign featuring Happy Bunny.


Reviews 1

Kirkus Review

It's take two for Catwad and Blurmp, along with more giggles, grossness, and exaggeration.Blue-gray Catwad hates everything except torturing his painfully nave and pathologically happy orange roommate, Blurmp. Across 25 named episodes ranging from three to seven pages of brightly colored comic panels, the two cats play pranks and toss out one-liners at each other's expense. In "Gaming," Blurmp is really enjoying his video game even after Catwad points out that the controller is not connectedand the game is actually a commercial for a diarrhea remedy. In "Salad," Blurmp makes Catwad a salad that Catwad does not want to eat. Catwad points out that koalas, cows, manatees, and pandas all eat nothing but salad and are "slow and lazy." Blurmp realizes that Catwad doesn't want to eat the salad because (poking Catwad's flab) Catwad must eat a lot of salads already. In "Dumb," Blurmp is patient zero in a dumbness epidemic that destroys the worldthankfully it's only Catwad's nightmare, but it prompts Catwad to take Blurmp to "save the world." Fans of Benton's first collection will probably enjoy this one even more (and hope for a third). The target audience won't know Ren and Stimpy, but they may see Squidward and SpongeBob in this feline friendship. A couple of puzzles round out the collection at the close.Probably not to everyone's tastebut sure to be popular with the fart and barf set. (Graphic short stories. 7-11) Copyright Kirkus Reviews, used with permission.