Waggin' Tales: A Red and Rover Collection
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Waggin' Tales: A Red and Rover Collection

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""It's a sweetly funny strip, reminiscent of the relationship of Charlie Brown and Snoopy or Calvin and Hobbes. . . . Just the book to pick up when you need a booster shot of the warm fuzzies.""-"Syracuse Post-Standard"

Why are readers so dedicated to this simple comic about a boy and his dog? That simplicity itself is one of the best-loved characteristics of the strip. Ten...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Andrews McMeel Publishing (first published 2004)
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A hilariously cute comic about a little boy and his best friend. Cute childhood story.
If you love Calvin and Hobbes, then you'll love this.
sweet, charming
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A former editorial cartoonist for the Seattle Times, Red and Rover creator Brian Basset is also the cartoonist behind the strip Adam@Home. Brian grew up in McLean, Virginia, and is an alum of Ohio State University. He draws from his home studio in Issaquah, Washington, where he lives with his wife, two teenage sons, and of course, several pets.
(about the author, at Amazon.com)
More about Brian Basset...
Red and Rover: A Boy, A Dog, A Time, A Feeling Life Begins At 6:40 (An Adam Collection) Adam Cafe Adam: An Adam@home Collection Life in the Fast-Food Lane

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