Garfield Pulls His Weight (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 26 in the Garfield (Numbered Paperback) series.
- #3: Garfield: Bigger Than Life (Paperback): $14.00
- #12: Garfield Out to Lunch (Prebound): $25.75
- #25: Garfield Hits the Big Time (Paperback): $7.95
- #29: Garfield Tons of Fun (Paperback): $7.95
- #33: Garfield Throws His Weight Around (Paperback): $7.95
- #34: Garfield Life to the Fullest (Paperback): $7.95
- #37: Garfield Beefs Up (Paperback): $14.00
- #38: Garfield Gets Cookin': His 38th Book (Paperback): $14.00
- #42: Garfield Pigs Out (Prebound): $25.75
Another helping of hilarity, please!
Garfield, the lovable feline who never met a lunch he didn’t like, dishes up another book full of his heavy hijinx and weighty wit. Garfield’s put on a few pounds over the years, but he’s not just getting fatter, he’s getting better! So keep the comedy and calories coming! Whether he’s painting Odie or chowing down on Jon’s favorite fern, Garfield proves he’s still a ton of fun!
The GARFIELD CLASSICS series collects the early years of the GARFIELD comic strip in a larger, full-color format. Garfield may have gone through a few changes, but one thing has stayed the same: his enormous appetite for food and fun. So laugh along with the classic cat, because classics are always in style.
About the Author
Jim Davis was born on July 28, 1945, in Marion, Indiana. He later attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he distinguished himself by earning one of the lowest cumulative grade point averages in the history of the university. (Incidentally, a fellow classmate named David Letterman earned the other). The "Garfield" strip was born on June 19, 1978, syndicated in forty-one U.S. newspapers. Today it's syndicated in more than 2,100 newspapers worldwide with more than 200 million readers, leading Guinness World Records to name "Garfield" The Most Widely Syndicated Comic Strip in the World. Davis has had many successes with "Garfield, "including four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Animated Program and induction into the Licensing Hall of Fame (1998), but his most prized awards are from his peers in the National Cartoonist Society: Best Humor Strip (1981 and 1985), the Elzie Segar Award (1990), and the coveted Reuben Award (1990) for overall excellence in cartooning.