Lunarbaboon: The Daily Life of Parenthood by Christopher GradyLunarbaboon: The Daily Life of Parenthood by Christopher Grady

Lunarbaboon: The Daily Life of Parenthood

byChristopher Grady

Paperback | April 4, 2017

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Explore the daily struggles and humor of family life with Lunarbaboon. He’s just like any other dad--but vaguely hairier because he’s half man/half moon monkey.

Lunarbaboon shares life's parenting moments from the perspective of a 30-something dad/husband/chaos survivor. Together with the savvy, laid back Mom, wild child Moishe, baby Matilda, and a former Julliard student (their cat), Lunarbaboon must navigate the family and social dynamics of everyday life. Ranging from the hilarious (defeating closet monsters with a “stun” blaster that offers surprising facts about bears, Mars, and cats) to the sweet (the gray scale-to color transition out of depression at the touch of a loved one), this collection explores the bonds within a family and all the characters who bring both order and chaos to life.

Lunarbaboon’s perfect meld of crabby humor and moments of impactful honesty give these comics a wide range and distinctive voice that’s both comical and sincere.

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Title:Lunarbaboon: The Daily Life of ParenthoodFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 8 × 6.5 × 0.4 inPublished:April 4, 2017Publisher:Andrews McMeel PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1449479936

ISBN - 13:9781449479930

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“Grady’s comic strips portray life as a dad in a way that is honest and funny and often subversive…and is great reading for parents who need a little perspective and humor about their lives.”
 
  (Jonathan K. Liu, GeekDad)