Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
In what ways is a toddler like a deadly weapon? What would it look like if your 2-year-old was an office worker? And how does being a parent completely transform one's sense of fashion? These questions and many more are the focus of the hilarious and relatable comics by Weng Chen, a thirtysomething Chinese-American cartoonist who details the realities of raising small children, growing older, and how technology and mass culture shape today's parenting experiences.
The debut book collection of her Messycow Comics presents one mom's fresh, insightful, and hilarious take on the joys, absurdities, and anxieties of modern parenting.