Synopses & Reviews
Cats again? You can never have too many . . .
Drawn from the hundreds of cartoons published in The New Yorker in the seven years since The New Yorker Book of Cat Cartoons--as well as from fabulous older cats--this new collection is as hilarious and irresistible as the first.
The cartoons provide a cat's-eye view of the world and the important things in life: food, sleep, love and affection, adventure, food, good friends and doggy enemies, back rubs, and food. We see the essence of the feline world captured with verve, humor, and warmth by classic New Yorker artists such as Ed Koren, George Booth, William Steig, Saul Steinberg, Lee Lorenz, Robert Mankoff, Mick Stevens, Danny Shanahan, and Bruce Eric Kaplan.
Cats again? The folks at "The New Yorker" think one can never have too many. Culled from the hundreds of cartoons published in "The New Yorker" in the seven years since the magazine published its first collection of feline funnies, this new collection features 100 cartoons that provide a cat's-eye view of the world as interpreted by such classic artists as Koren and Booth, Steinberg and Lee Lorenz, Roz Chast, Robert Mankoff, and Bruce Eric Kaplan. 112 pp. Print ads in "The New Yorker". 75,000 print. (Humor)