A timely book by the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons. Signe Wilkinson, the editorial cartoonist at the Philadelphia Daily News, likes to meddle in her children's lives but she would like government and commerce to butt out of hers. It is easy to smile while you read this collection of cartoons about "life, liberty and the pursuit of privacy" which is good because you're probably being watched!
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By T. F. Rice
May 27, 2008
"Loved the drawings and their comedy!!" Signe's book is right up there with The Far Side or my friend Mr. Scribbles' cartoon-artistry! Bravo! Although it is sad that so much of the puns are losses to our rights as humans, the comic relief provided is so appreciated. I will look for more from you! Blessings-- TFRice
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