I Will Judge You by Your Bookshelf PDF Ê Judge You

I Will Judge You by Your Bookshelf PDF Ê Judge You A look at the culture and fanaticism of book lovers, from beloved New York Times illustrator Grant Snider It s no secret, but we are judged by our bookshelves We learn to read at an early age, and as we grow older we shed our beloved books for new ones But some of us surround ourselves with books We collect them, decorate with them, are inspired by them, and treat our books as sacred objects In this lighthearted collection of one and two page comics, writer artist Grant Snider explores bookishness in all its forms, and the love of writing and reading, building on the beloved literary comics featured on his website, Incidental Comics With a striking package including a die cut cover, I Will Judge You By Your Bookshelf is the perfect gift for bookworms of all ages Adorably quirky, hits at the heart of what makes us readers. A cure for reading slumps.How can I not possibly like this collection Let s say things are not new here and that everything in this book has been already illustrated or as is written everywhere, try arguing with me on this readers have some things in common that even you and I cannot deny and it will never get old I can relate with many of the things mentioned the discovery phase, the hoarding phase, the never satisfied phase, the confusion phase or the many problems that we readers face o A cure for reading slumps.How can I not possibly like this collection Let s say things are not new here and that everything in this book has been already illustrated or as is written everywhere, try arguing with me on this readers have some things in common that even you and I cannot deny and it will never get old I can relate with many of the things mentioned the discovery phase, the hoarding phase, the never satisfied phase, the confusion phase or the many problems that we readers face on a daily basis The illustrations are just like comic strips Absolutely adore them.I feel there are some areas where things get over exaggerated but that s how crazy people think and hence the overreaction in the description and the illustrations but we all know we love it when our kind speak for all of us Kudos I liked everything about the collection starting from the cover However, I just wish the illustrations and the presentation were better.But I still like it and I am going to re read it whenever I hit a Reading Slump It helps Sorry, Not Sorry I drowned myself in books today to drown out the rowdy temporarily schooling from home kids And this seemed like a perfect title for a book filled day So, while my 2 bundles of joy were attacking each other with water balloons in the name of completing a task on their Phys Ed Bingo board, I read this glorious little book full of short comics about the joy of reading and writing I ve seen and probably even shared a few of these comics before As a book lover I find a lot Sorry, Not Sorry I drowned myself in books today to drown out the rowdy temporarily schooling from home kids And this seemed like a perfect title for a book filled day So, while my 2 bundles of joy were attacking each other with water balloons in the name of completing a task on their Phys Ed Bingo board, I read this glorious little book full of short comics about the joy of reading and writing I ve seen and probably even shared a few of these comics before As a book lover I find a lot of truth and humor in these I recommend this to any book lover looking for a quick light read And to my local friends this is currently available on HOOPLA, so check it out Writer artist Grant Snider is a very funny man Here he explores many book related things in a wryly observant witty style.Theses one or two page comics may be short, but they are very amusing I especially liked the Fahrenheit 351 cartoon, which is a gem Some of the pages focus on the difficulties of being a writer offer amusing tips on how to beat writer s block find inspiration This is a nice light read that may not always make you laugh out loud, but it will bring a smile to your f Writer artist Grant Snider is a very funny man Here he explores many book related things in a wryly observant witty style.Theses one or two page comics may be short, but they are very amusing I especially liked the Fahrenheit 351 cartoon, which is a gem Some of the pages focus on the difficulties of being a writer offer amusing tips on how to beat writer s block find inspiration This is a nice light read that may not always make you laugh out loud, but it will bring a smile to your face

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