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The joy of quitting Book
Book | Drawn & Quarterly, [Montréal, Québec] : [2022]

  • 1 of 1 Copy Available at Libraries in Niagara Cooperative
  • 0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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Branch Call Number Location Holdable? Status
Grimsby 741.5 Rob Graphic Novel Copy hold / Volume hold Available

"Keiler Roberts affirms her status as one of the best autobiographical cartoonists working today with The Joy of Quitting, a work encompassing 8 years of hilarious moments in the author's life, mined from the universal. It spans her frantic child-rearing, misfires in the workplace, and frustrating experiences with the medical system. In one strip, the author and her daughter Xia have itchy scalps. Roberts asks her husband to check her hair and all she gets is the cursory remark that he just sees "a bunch of bugs." In another, Xia describes her oddly shaped poop in precise detail. We then see Xia sitting at the breakfast table telling the family that she recently learned the word "nuisance" and everyone agrees it's a good word for her to know. As Xia grows from toddler to big kid, the family evolves and its dynamics shift in subtle ways, changes that pass all too suddenly in real life captured forever with Roberts's keen observational humour"--Publisher's website.

  • ISBN: 1770466223
  • ISBN: 9781770466227
  • Physical Description: 262 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: [Montréal, Québec] : Drawn & Quarterly, [2022]
  • Copyright: ©2022
  • General Note:
    "This book is a collection of previously published work and includes material from Powdered Milk (2012), Miseryland (2015), Sunburning (2017), Chlorine Gardens (2018), and "Rat Time" (2019)"--Colophon.

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