Synopses & Reviews
It's perceptive. It's irreverent. But, more than anything, FoxTrot is reliably funny year after year, strip after strip. FoxTrot Collection is the latest collection of strips featuring the funny and flawed Fox family. It marks the 23rd collection of this comic strip staple that can be found in more than 1,000 newspapers worldwide every day. FoxTrot Collection is the latest chronicle of the chaotic Fox family-parents Roger and Andy, teenagers Peter and Paige, and ten-year old Jason and his pet iguana, Quincy. This book finds Roger behind his keyboard struggling to write a spy novel, prompting helpful writing advice from Jason such as "the 'on' switch is that little round one." The others add to the insanity, with Jason battling video games, Paige searching for a personal assistant, Peter eating and eating, and Andy stressing through it all.Everyone experiences day-to-day turmoil in their family life, which is why Bill Amend's FoxTrot Collection is sure to resonate with readers across the globe.
After receiving his college's alumni magazine, Roger Fox begins to feel that his calling in life is adding up
to be nothing more than a boring office drone. He finds a renewed excitement for life in the writing of his first spy
novel, and Roger's alter ego boldly emerges on the pages as The Fox. B&W illustrations.
About the Author
Bill Amend's FoxTrot debuted April 10, 1988, and is among the most popular strips of the last quarter century. His strip appears in 1,000 papers and there are more than 1.75 million of his cartoon collections in circulation.