Herding Cats

Herding Cats

Adjusting to life as a world-famous cartoonist isn't easy. Terrifying deadlines, piles of junk-food wrappers under a glowing computer screen, and an ever-growing horde of pets....umm, never mind--it's pretty much the same. With characteristic wit and charm, Sarah Andersen's third collection of comics and illustrated personal essays offers a survival guide for frantic modern Adjusting to life as a world-famous cartoonist isn't easy. Terrifying deadlines, piles of junk-food wrappers under a ...

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Title:Herding Cats
Author:Sarah Andersen
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Herding Cats
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Herding Cats Reviews

  • karen
    Jan 23, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

  • David Schaafsma
    Dec 02, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

  • Carol (Bookaria)
    Feb 20, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    Dec 14, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

  • Emily May
    Oct 24, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

  • Jennifer (Jen/The Tolkien Gal/ジェニファー)
    Mar 06, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

  • Sam Quixote
    Dec 03, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

  • Dana
    Dec 29, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

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    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...

    2.5 stars I HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren?t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ?filler?. The last section seemed to jar wit...

    Another solid installment from Sarah Andersen. I laughed out loud several times, as per usual the only con is that I wish it were longer. This book is extra fun to read with friends. ...

  • [Shai] Bibliophage
    Jan 15, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

  • MischaS_
    Mar 29, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

  • Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣
    Dec 29, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    Nov 02, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...

    2.5 stars I HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren?t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ?filler?. The last section seemed to jar wit...

    Another solid installment from Sarah Andersen. I laughed out loud several times, as per usual the only con is that I wish it were longer. This book is extra fun to read with friends. ...

    I like how this may be the most relatable web comic ever! 3 issues and this does not disappoint, so funny, light and once again,relatable! If you are in a bad mood and want something to cheer you up, this is too perfect! I am going to give this to my brother as he is an artist and...

    Maybe...if I stop watching these images when Andersen post it, this will be as good as was the first one...maybe -RTC- ...

    This book was much better than the second! I was running around making my coworkers read it, which means it's excellent!!! ...

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]
    Dec 07, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

  • Sara M. Abudahab
    Jan 06, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

  • Scarlet Cameo
    Dec 08, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...

    2.5 stars I HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren?t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ?filler?. The last section seemed to jar wit...

    Another solid installment from Sarah Andersen. I laughed out loud several times, as per usual the only con is that I wish it were longer. This book is extra fun to read with friends. ...

    I like how this may be the most relatable web comic ever! 3 issues and this does not disappoint, so funny, light and once again,relatable! If you are in a bad mood and want something to cheer you up, this is too perfect! I am going to give this to my brother as he is an artist and...

    Maybe...if I stop watching these images when Andersen post it, this will be as good as was the first one...maybe -RTC- ...

  • Claudia
    Mar 19, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Dec 08, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

  • Nat
    Dec 06, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

  • Aneela ♒the_mystique_reader♒
    Dec 21, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    Dec 03, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

  • Nazanin
    Mar 31, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

  • abby
    Feb 15, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

  • Lauren
    Apr 06, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...

    2.5 stars I HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren?t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ?filler?. The last section seemed to jar wit...

  • Hamad
    Mar 06, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...

    2.5 stars I HATE to give this such a low rating but the comics in these just weren?t that funny, and most of them, well, pointless :( Her first two books I have LOVED but this seemed like a re-hash of older sketches with lots of ?filler?. The last section seemed to jar wit...

    Another solid installment from Sarah Andersen. I laughed out loud several times, as per usual the only con is that I wish it were longer. This book is extra fun to read with friends. ...

    I like how this may be the most relatable web comic ever! 3 issues and this does not disappoint, so funny, light and once again,relatable! If you are in a bad mood and want something to cheer you up, this is too perfect! I am going to give this to my brother as he is an artist and...

  • Amalia Gavea
    Feb 23, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

  • Sheri
    Apr 17, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

  • Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk
    Dec 04, 2017

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

  • Crystal
    Apr 25, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

  • Zahra
    Dec 09, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

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  • Sh3lly (grumpybookgrrrl.com)
    Nov 02, 2018

    Sarah Andersen just KNOWS. ...

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best graphic novel 2018! what will happen? more of the same sarah andersen-style charm and doodles; if you liked the first two books, you?re bound to like this one. i find her endlessly delightful, and the only reason i liked this...

    '''Go make stuff!'' I don't know what it is about Andersen's creations that make me feel so excited. Is it the cute girl with the big eyes, hungry to understand the paranoia around her? The modern, unassuming style? The honest way in which she approaches the problematizations dep...

    This is my first time to come across Sarah Andersen's graphic novel and it never failed to make me laugh. There are some comic panels that I can relate to, but there are also some panels that I can't understand. Nonetheless, it didn't lessen the impact of how entertaining to read this....

    These collections of comic strips by Sarah Andersenalways magically appear in my life just in time to cheer me out of a foul mood. They'reshort and entertaining enough (for my attention span at the time) to successfully take my mind of things andfeel a proper sense of relief. And...

    I love Sarah Andersen. She depicts an introvert's life perfectly. I've read the previous two comics in this series, and I hope she keeps them coming in the years to come. In the meantime, I'll settle for her facebook page. *I thank Sarah Andersen, Andrews McMeel Publishing,...

    This is a graphic novel about Sarah (the author) who (sometimes) struggles with anxiety and social situations (among other things). The stories within reflect her experiences and are completely relatable, insightful, and funny. It was a very quick read and I loved it. This is t...

    My Rating: Read. Laugh. Repeat. Yes thats exactly what I did while reading Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen. This comic is hilarious and very relatable. I could relate to so much in this comic as if Sarah has written exactly about how I feel and what I would say and d...

    This book was provided to me by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is a simple but extremely expressive set of comics. Almost anyone could find a panel to relate to. I love that Sarah's brand of humour is so all-encompassing - a lot of people could relate to it. This...

    It's absolutely fascinating how much her life is similar to mine! I can relate to most of the things. At first, I found it a bit creepy but right now I take it as a sign that I am not completely insane! EDIT: So, I could not really sleep and re-read it, and I suddenly realized that ...

    Sarah Andersen returns with another Sarah?s Scribbles book - and unfortunately it?s one too many. Looking for a series of trite, lazy, uninspired and unfunny observations, cascading one after another likes waves of diarrhea? Herding Cats is for you! The book is jam-packed with ...

    I have wanted to read the Sarah Scribbles collection for a while now, but it was the title Herding Cats that finally got me to pounce. Jokes are funnier when they involve cats. This is an indisputable fact of the universe. I very much enjoyed the strips where Sarah pokes fun of her irr...

    After being disappointed by the second book in this series, I had hoped this one would be back on track with the enjoyable humor as in the first book. No such luck. Some chuckles here and there and a few outright laughs, but overall not that relatable for me. I most enjoyed the comics ...

    If you're friends with me on any sort of personal social media account, you probably already know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Sarah's Scribbles. While I adore webcomics from all sorts of artists and sources, Sarah's are some of the few comics that can, without fail, always ...

    3.5 Stars I still like and enjoy the first book more than the other two books! This one was okay, not as funny as the first book. Yet it made me smile sometimes but at the end, it got really serious and give some advice to artists. Actually, I think that pieces of advice are not onl...

    ?Change is possible, but more importantly, no one should be stopping the many creative kids who have things to say and pictures to paint.? How can you be that relatable, so creative and such a good person? I love Sarah Anderson and (all of) her comics. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest This is why I love being a book blogger - getting early access to books written by my favorite authors before they're available to the general public. I was reading over my review for BIG MUSHY HAPPY LUMP, which I received...

    I absolutely LOVE IT!! Sarah Andersen never fails to make me laugh! Herding Cats is hilarious and full of positive energy and actually made me laugh out loud many times (it has been a while since a book made me do that). I was afraid that it won't be as good as her first two boo...

    So we all know what the term ?herding cats? refers to, that sense that it is futile to control that which is ultimately uncontrollable. This book is a series of cartoons and one or two-page comics dealing with forgetting your headphones when you want to listen to music, stubbing yo...

    Cute and funny, as her other previous works. You?ll get some good chuckles. And you?ll definitely find yourself in at least one of her drawings. Compared to the first in the series, this one also has some advices for young artists, accompanied, of course by some amusing sketche...

    A bit darker than the previous volumes ...

    ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ? ????? ?? ???? ???? ????. :) ...

    I LOVE Sarah's drawings. They're always SO relatable and often make me laugh out loud. This instalment was a little different to the first of Sarah's books that I've read, because it includes a little self-help guide for artists towards the end of the book. There's more text than usual...

    I enjoyed the other two books in this series and was thrilled to see Sarah's latest up on Netgalley. The first half was more enjoyable for me as it had her trademark relatable, quirky, life happenings depicted in humorous comics. The latter half was more Sarah giving advice to aspiring...

    This has cool purple fuzzy stuff on the cover! I loved this! The (dark, sarcastic) humor is right up mu alley and I love that a lot of the panels are about anxiety. Also, it has a lot of "be yourself" positivity and seems like it would be a great thing for teenagers who aren't all ...