Herding Cats (Sarah's Scribbles, #3)
Adjusting to life as a world-famous cartoonist isn't easy. Terrifying deadlines, piles of junk-food wrappers under a glowing computer screen, and an ever-growing horde of pets....umm, never mind--it's pretty much the same.With characteristic wit and charm, Sarah Andersen's third collection of comics and illustrated personal essays offers a survival guide for frantic modern life: from the importance of avoiding morning people, to Internet troll defense 101, to the not-so-life-changing futility of tidying up. But when all else fails and the world around you is collapsing, make a hot chocolate, count the days until Halloween, and snuggle up next to your furry beacon of hope.

Herding Cats (Sarah's Scribbles, #3) Details

TitleHerding Cats (Sarah's Scribbles, #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 27th, 2018
PublisherAndrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN-139781449489786
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Humor, Nonfiction

Herding Cats (Sarah's Scribbles, #3) Review

  • karen
    January 1, 1970
    NOW AVAILABLE!!!more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you’re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this book SLIGHTLY less than the first two is that the last part is a long essay directed at young artists about how to handle self-doubt, internet trolls, and criticism in general. which is a fantastic thing to have done and i’m sure it is going to help the people for whom it is intended, but i am n NOW AVAILABLE!!!more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you’re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this book SLIGHTLY less than the first two is that the last part is a long essay directed at young artists about how to handle self-doubt, internet trolls, and criticism in general. which is a fantastic thing to have done and i’m sure it is going to help the people for whom it is intended, but i am not one of those people, so while i applaud her thoughtfulness and sincerity, the little scribbled person inside of me is screaming MOAR PICKTURES PLEEZ! & etc.but apart from that quibble, i'm thrilled that all of her usual themes are back on parade, many of which my own inner scribble can relate toand ever since ms. andersen discovered her inner cat person, documented in Big Mushy Happy Lump, her scribbly tentacles can stretch out and ensnare the cat-people of the internet with cuteness like thiswhich is pretty damn savvy, since the internet is 94% cat. but yeah, apart from the letter to young artist part, there’s so much here that speaks to my values: cats, coziness, books and halloween, and also to my failings; all the self-flagellation over perceived shortcomings or underachievements, regardless of whether the goals are even realistic ones. also life's great secret is revealed -that the cure for all of life’s problems is found in taking a disproportionate amount of pleasure in the littlest things. i am all appreciation, approval, and gratitude for sarah andersen.come to my blog!
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  • Amalia Gavea
    January 1, 1970
    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations depicted in her sketches? The sensitivity in which she describes a difficult reality? I don't know. Whatever it is, I always find myself reading her work with utter enthusiasm, eagerly waiting for the next installment.The '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations depicted in her sketches? The sensitivity in which she describes a difficult reality? I don't know. Whatever it is, I always find myself reading her work with utter enthusiasm, eagerly waiting for the next installment.There were so many times that I was reminded of myself when reading 'Herding Cats.'' The sketch with the brain walking down the trail of Bad Thought? That is totally me...and the feeling of Halloween approaching once August ends...and the sad, soul-crushing music.... and the overthinker... and the quadruple checking of the stove..I deeply appreciated Sarah's views on the potentially disastrous effects of exposing yourself on the Internet, especially when your effort is successful and the trolls start galloping from the dark recesses of their despair. I think most of can relate to this, most of us have an experience or two to narrate......and this is what I consider quality escapism that provides an opportunity for some serious thinking.....My reviews can also be found on https://theopinionatedreaderblog.word...
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  • [Shai] The Bibliophage
    January 1, 1970
    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this.The second half, Making Stuff in the Modern Era, is a good addition to this graphic novel; I can fully understand Andersen on her anxiety and the criticisms she encounters every now and then. I'm in the same indust This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this.The second half, Making Stuff in the Modern Era, is a good addition to this graphic novel; I can fully understand Andersen on her anxiety and the criticisms she encounters every now and then. I'm in the same industry also so I can identify myself with the problems the author always handles. The ending hit me on the spot and thanks for reminding me to never give up and that to always make stuff.
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  • Nat
    January 1, 1970
    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersen always magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They're short and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things and feel a proper sense of relief. And I'm beyond grateful, as always. With characteristic wit and charm, Sarah Andersen’s third collection of comics and illustrated personal essays offers a survival guide for frantic modern life: from the importance of a These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersen always magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They're short and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things and feel a proper sense of relief. And I'm beyond grateful, as always. With characteristic wit and charm, Sarah Andersen’s third collection of comics and illustrated personal essays offers a survival guide for frantic modern life: from the importance of avoiding morning people, to Internet troll defense 101, to the not-so-life-changing futility of tidying up. But when all else fails and the world around you is collapsing, make a hot chocolate, count the days until Halloween, and snuggle up next to your furry beacon of hope.In the previous collection, Big Mushy Happy Lump, I really appreciated the short essays that appeared towards the end of the book, so I was ecstatic to see them make a return with this newest publication. As a result, I leaned more towards the comics that touched upon more deep and substantial topics, such as the 2016 election in America, double standards, feminism, etc. instead of the many #trying to be relatable comics.Speaking of which, here are some of those favorites:I felt this on a personal level. It always brings to mind my favorite response: "Don't applaud a fish for swimming."@ Ilana Glazer from Broad City.This fits perfectly in my mind with the quote by Wayne W. Dyer: “You cannot be lonely if you like the person you're alone with.” This, funnily enough, brought to mind this scene from The In-Laws.I think that's a pretty bright note to end my review on for Herding Cats. As always, I'm excited to see what's in store next for Sarah Andersen. Note: I'm an Amazon Affiliate. If you're interested in buying Herding Cats, just click on the image below to go through my link. I'll make a small commission! This review and more can be found on my blog.
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  • Carol (Bookaria)
    January 1, 1970
    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is the second book I've read from this author, the first one was Adulthood Is a Myth which was also excellent. If you love cats and have a quirky, introverted personality then you will find a kindred soul on Sarah's novels. I This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is the second book I've read from this author, the first one was Adulthood Is a Myth which was also excellent. If you love cats and have a quirky, introverted personality then you will find a kindred soul on Sarah's novels. I received an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley
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  • Aneela ♒the_mystique_reader♒
    January 1, 1970
    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and do in that particular situation.I am sharing some of my favorite comic strips. I hope you too have a good laugh like I had.My Blog: The Mystique Reader
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  • Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣
    January 1, 1970
    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing, and Netgalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review.
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  • abby
    January 1, 1970
    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irrational devotion to her feline friend but was disappointed they were so few in number. Despite the title and cover picture, most of these comics are not animal related. That doesn't mean I didn't find humor in them I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irrational devotion to her feline friend but was disappointed they were so few in number. Despite the title and cover picture, most of these comics are not animal related. That doesn't mean I didn't find humor in them-- I did-- but it wasn't quite what I was expecting. The last 20% of the book lost me completely, because it switched to a PSA about how the internet is a dumpster fire and tips for how sensitive artists can navigate it. I must not be a sensitive artist, because I had no idea what she was talking about. I can't say I'm now convinced to run out and purchase the other Sarah Scribbles books, but I did enjoy this, and it made the half hour or so it took me to read it a happier place.Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for giving me an advanced copy of this book.
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  • MischaS_
    January 1, 1970
    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane!EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that there is no "theme" to this book. Just randomly chosen cartoons. There is nothing really connecting them. I thought there would be way more cartoons about cats or even dogs. Also, I think I'm going to have to check the It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane!EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that there is no "theme" to this book. Just randomly chosen cartoons. There is nothing really connecting them. I thought there would be way more cartoons about cats or even dogs. Also, I think I'm going to have to check the previous two books, but I think that there are several cartoons that were used repeatedly.
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  • Nazanin
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 StarsI still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not only for artists, but everyone can use them in their life! It’s a graphic novel and the third installment in the "Sarah’s Scribbles" series. All in all, it was a good read and hope you like it!Thanks to Sarah Andersen, Ne 3.5 StarsI still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not only for artists, but everyone can use them in their life! It’s a graphic novel and the third installment in the "Sarah’s Scribbles" series. All in all, it was a good read and hope you like it!Thanks to Sarah Andersen, Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the advanced digital copy in exchange an honest review.
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  • Sam Quixote
    January 1, 1970
    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah’s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it’s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with way too many vacuous strips about how much Sarah: loves cats and dogs, likes Halloween, is anxious in general, hates but can’t avoid procrastinating, hates periods, and thinks the internet is a out-of-control dumpster fire Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah’s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it’s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with way too many vacuous strips about how much Sarah: loves cats and dogs, likes Halloween, is anxious in general, hates but can’t avoid procrastinating, hates periods, and thinks the internet is a out-of-control dumpster fire. There are also strips about not being a morning person, having bad posture, not liking winter for being cold, and enjoying cutting wrapping paper with scissors(!?). Her previous two books were amusing but Andersen’s gone back to well too many times now for it to still be entertaining. She really needs to come up with some new ideas because everything here is stale, repetitive, witless and formulaic. She tries something slightly different at the end by including a vapid and uninspiring longer-form guide for budding artists which amounts to her telling them to ignore everyone and keep trying - it’s just more obvious, unoriginal crap. Sarah Andersen’s first couple books are fun and worth a look but all Herding Cats shows is that she can only do the same thing for so long before her schtick becomes tedious and played out. A collection of inane, worthless and boring strips about nothing.
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  • Sheri
    January 1, 1970
    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics featuring cats, and the title was certainly appropriate for a volume dedicated to the antics of our feline friends, but it was a random collection of comics covering Sarah's usual topics.
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  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    January 1, 1970
    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always make me laugh out loud, smile, or even just go, "Yep, been there." This collection is probably my favorite so far. I just about died laughing over some of the comics, while others had me nodding vigorously and biti If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always make me laugh out loud, smile, or even just go, "Yep, been there." This collection is probably my favorite so far. I just about died laughing over some of the comics, while others had me nodding vigorously and biting my tongue to keep from waking up the house with my cries of, "PREACH, GIRL!"One of the best things about this collection is, at the end, there's a section of 20-ish pages where Sarah offers some advice for aspiring artists. She delves into a bit of how toxic the internet culture has become, especially for content creators, many of whom live in constant fear of criticism, unkindness, and downright harassment. Her words are inspirational, smarmy, and fun, and totally reinforced why I love Sarah Andersen so damn much.Thank you to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review!
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  • Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk
    January 1, 1970
    „Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.”How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics.
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  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    January 1, 1970
    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || PinterestThis is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received as an ARC in early 2017, and I was bemoaning the wait-time between books. Sarah Andersen gets what it's like to be a moody, anxious, cat-loving, people-avoiding artist, and her hilarious comics reflect the nail-biting int Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || PinterestThis is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received as an ARC in early 2017, and I was bemoaning the wait-time between books. Sarah Andersen gets what it's like to be a moody, anxious, cat-loving, people-avoiding artist, and her hilarious comics reflect the nail-biting introvert's mindset to a T (speaking as a nail-biting introvert, myself).One of the things I love about these books is how they appear to be developing and growing more mature along with the artist. ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH was funny, but it was also very immature. BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP dealt with more serious concepts, with a greater focus on internal mindsets.HERDING CATS takes that next leap, with emphasis on cats and pets, the struggle of being creative in an age of internet trolldom, and what it's like being a shy person in an increasingly exhibitionistic world. I really enjoyed HERDING CATS, not just because of the adorable cat drawings (although that didn't hurt), but because of how it made me laugh in solidarity, the way Allie Brosh does, and also because of the very thoughtful guide in the back about dealing with criticism and sharing art.This is a great addition to the Sarah's Scribbles series, and I'm already counting down the days until the next one comes out.Thanks to Netgalley/the publisher for the review copy! 4.5 stars
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  • Sara M. Abudahab
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two books, but I might actually like this one even more because of her personal touch and the bits of advice to young artists at the end.It simply made my day :)I highly recommend reading this from Netgalley <3
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  • Crystal
    January 1, 1970
    A bit darker than the previous volumes
  • Jennifer (Jen/The Tolkien Gal)
    January 1, 1970
    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it.This is for pet lovers and people who feel overwhelmed by the polarised politics of today. This is a comic for the socially anxious or the person overwhelmed by news; the book lover, the music lover and the person with unpopul This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it.This is for pet lovers and people who feel overwhelmed by the polarised politics of today. This is a comic for the socially anxious or the person overwhelmed by news; the book lover, the music lover and the person with unpopular taste in both. This is a comic that celebrates the little things in a way that isn't in-your-face or pseudo-philosophical. It's lovely and would put a smile on anyone's face.The author and artist also talks about her disappointment in the current state of the internet. I think her optimism in hoping that the internet will become more tolerant of aspiring artists and all people in general, is refreshing. Her artist survival guide is very sweet and is a must for all 21st century artists who post online. If you need a pick-me-up, let go of what you're doing and start reading Sarah Scribbles.
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  • Claudia
    January 1, 1970
    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You’ll get some good chuckles. And you’ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketches. This time, these two hit closest to home:Recommended if you need something light and relaxing. >>> ARC received thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley <<<
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  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    January 1, 1970
    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual, accompanied by her illustrations, but this section only takes up 20 pages or so. If you haven't picked up Sarah's books or haven't checked out her drawings online, YOU HAVE TO. THEY'RE SO GREAT! Especially for in I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual, accompanied by her illustrations, but this section only takes up 20 pages or so. If you haven't picked up Sarah's books or haven't checked out her drawings online, YOU HAVE TO. THEY'RE SO GREAT! Especially for introverts, anxious people and cat and dog lovers!
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  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader & Traveling Sister
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring artists. Overall, another fun installment in this series, and I am grateful I was able to spend some time with Sarah and her drawings. Thank you to Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing, and Netgalley, for the I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring artists. Overall, another fun installment in this series, and I am grateful I was able to spend some time with Sarah and her drawings. Thank you to Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing, and Netgalley, for the opportunity to review an early copy.
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  • Dana
    January 1, 1970
    Another solid installment from Sarah Andersen. I laughed out loud several times, as per usual the only con is that I wish it were longer. This book is extra fun to read with friends.
  • Hamad
    January 1, 1970
    I like how this may be the most relatable web comic ever!3 issues and this does not disappoint, so funny, light and once again,relatable!If you are in a bad mood and want something to cheer you up, this is too perfect!I am going to give this to my brother as he is an artist and he loves cats, this was made for him!I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review, all opinions are mine
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  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    2.5 starsI HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren’t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ‘filler’. The last section seemed to jar with the rest of the work and went from being ‘cute’ to preachy :/ Having read this book I would sum it up in one word - meh. I really hope that if there is a fourth book it’s full of new and exciting material.
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  • Roz
    January 1, 1970
    I’ve read most of these already on Sarah’s instagram page, but I loved this all the same! I wish there were more pictures and a little bit less text, though, I appreciated that stuff about artists and self doubt. Still, 20 more pages of comics would’ve been nice, right?This is me.
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  • Annie♡
    January 1, 1970
    Por alguna razón amo estas tiras cómicas. Este libro me ha gustado más que el segundo, me parece más tierno (debido a que hay muchos gatitos y perritos) y las notas que la autora nos regala al final han sido muy bonitas. Aparte de que aquí nos habla un poquito sobre el arte, y cuánta razón tiene! Seguiré muy de cerca su trabajo, es realmente impresionante. A digitial copy of this book was provided by NetGalley
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  • Natalie Monroe
    January 1, 1970
    This is accurate af.
  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks
    January 1, 1970
    I truly enjoyed this little collection, but the reasons I'm giving it 3 stars instead of 4 are these:- it was incredibly short- there didn't seem to be a common denominator, a topic - they didn't seem tied in- not a lot was to do with cats? Again, we come back to the lack of topic- I've heard that the previous collection was much better in terms of interralatedness of topics, and while I haven't read it, I also feel like this could be true, and if I do read it in the future, I don't want to have I truly enjoyed this little collection, but the reasons I'm giving it 3 stars instead of 4 are these:- it was incredibly short- there didn't seem to be a common denominator, a topic - they didn't seem tied in- not a lot was to do with cats? Again, we come back to the lack of topic- I've heard that the previous collection was much better in terms of interralatedness of topics, and while I haven't read it, I also feel like this could be true, and if I do read it in the future, I don't want to have to fix my rating.But other than that, it was incredibly relatable and enjoyable. If you are a fan of Sarah's, then you should definitely read these. I can't believe how many of the panels I could relate to. Does anyone else do the stove checking thing? The leg shaving thing? The self-judging? I'm so glad I'm not alone!!I will also say that I think the last part of this collection is the most important - you will relate, if you're an artist. It talks about how viciously our art and self-expression is judged in this age of the internet. It didn't use to be like this! And I also believe it shouldn't be like this. Sarah covers this topic well, and gives much needed support to younger artists.Long story short, it's no fault of the writer, but rather the editor that I'm giving it 3 stars. The topic matter is great! The contents are great. The table of contents is not, so to say.
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  • Flor
    January 1, 1970
    Me considero fan de la autora!!! ❤La primera parte me encantó, en la segunda decae al haber pocas viñetas y mucho texto, pero deja un mensaje tan lindo que no puedo quejarme. 😍A lo largo de todo el libro se tocan temas muy interesantes como el machismo, la violencia, la ansiedad y el stress de la vida cotidiana, el fin del mundo, los desastres naturales, el odio que abunda en internet, entre otros. OJO!! Siempre con mucho humor, sino sería tristísimo 😂😂Específicamente la segunda parte, está dir Me considero fan de la autora!!! ❤️La primera parte me encantó, en la segunda decae al haber pocas viñetas y mucho texto, pero deja un mensaje tan lindo que no puedo quejarme. 😍A lo largo de todo el libro se tocan temas muy interesantes como el machismo, la violencia, la ansiedad y el stress de la vida cotidiana, el fin del mundo, los desastres naturales, el odio que abunda en internet, entre otros. OJO!! Siempre con mucho humor, sino sería tristísimo 😂😂Específicamente la segunda parte, está dirigida a artistas principiantes, que temen exponer sus obras o trabajos en internet o en el mundo exterior por miedo a la crítica. A pesar de dirigirse a un público muy concreto, a todos en la vida nos critican y la autora explica que esto no es malo, sino que nos ayuda a mejorar y a esforzarnos más para conseguir nuestras metas, así que a luchar!!! Siento que es un mensaje de ánimo muy positivo y lo comparto totalmente. 💪🏻😊Una de mis viñetas preferidas: ⬇️⬇️⬇️Pude leer este libro antes de su publicación gracias a NetGalley. #HerdingCats #NetGalley
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  • Scarlet Cameo
    January 1, 1970
    Maybe...if I stop watching these images when Andersen post it, this will be as good as was the first one...maybe-RTC-
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