With their little wrinkly faces and big, soulful eyes, we didn’t think it was possible for pugs to be any cuter ... but look! OMG! They’re wearing costumes! Pugs in Costumes is a collection of the best-dressed pugs around. From haute couture Oscar dresses and character classics, to inanimate objects there isn’t a creature on earth that can rock a costume quite like a pug.
An illustrated memoir by renowned New Yorker cartoonist Bruce Eric Kaplan. “If The Little Prince had crash-landed, instead of in the Sahara, into a middle-class Jewish home in Maplewood, N.J. in the late 1960s, it might feel something like I Was a Child.”—The Hollywood Reporter Bruce Eric Kaplan, also known as BEK, is one of the most celebrated and admired cartoonists in America. I Was a Child is the story of his childhood in suburban New Jersey, detailing the small moments we all experience: going to school, playing with friends, family dinners, watching TV on a hot summer night, and so on. It would seem like a conventional childhood, although Kaplan's anecdotes are accompanied by his signature drawings of family outings and life at home-road trips, milk crates, hamsters, ashtrays, a toupee, a platypus, and much more. Kaplan's cartoons, although simple, are never straightforward; they encompass an easy irony and dark humor that often cuts straight to the truth of experience. Brilliantly relatable and genuinely moving, I Was a Child is about our attempts to understand the mysteries that are our parents, our families, and ourselves.