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Jeremy and Dad: A Zits Tribute-ish to Fathers and Sons

Humor


by
Jim Borgman and Jerry Scott

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 240 pages

File size: 52.5 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

What’s harder: being a teenager or being the father of a teenager? The answer, of course, depends on whom you ask.

This hilarious collection of Zits comic strips chronicles the perplexing, infuriating, and loving relationship between teenager and father, serving as an entertaining guide to the peculiar art of parenting a teenager. In Jeremy and Dad, angst-filled 16-year-old Jeremy Duncan bursts with the questions, concerns, hormones, and insecurities every teenager has, while Walt, Jeremy’s well-meaning father, struggles to pry words–not full sentences, just words–from his son.

Zits has twice been honored with the award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society and received the “Max and Moritz” award for Best International Comic Strip in 2000. 

What’s harder: being a teenager or being the father of a teenager? The answer, of course, depends on whom you ask.

This hilarious collection of Zits comic strips chronicles the perplexing, infuriating, and loving relationship between teenager and father, serving as an entertaining guide to the peculiar art of parenting a teenager. In Jeremy and Dad, angst-filled 16-year-old Jeremy Duncan bursts with the questions, concerns, hormones, and insecurities every teenager… (more)

What’s harder: being a teenager or being the father of a teenager? The answer, of course, depends on whom you ask.

This hilarious collection of Zits comic strips chronicles the perplexing, infuriating, and loving relationship between teenager and father, serving as an entertaining guide to the peculiar art of parenting a teenager. In Jeremy and Dad, angst-filled 16-year-old Jeremy Duncan bursts with the questions, concerns, hormones, and insecurities every teenager has, while Walt, Jeremy’s well-meaning father, struggles to pry words–not full sentences, just words–from his son.

Zits has twice been honored with the award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society and received the “Max and Moritz” award for Best International Comic Strip in 2000. 

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