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Monday, 19 May 2014

Review #255: The Marge Book- Matt Groening

Title: The Marge Book
Author: Matt Groening
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 96
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Summary: Marge Simpson, the woman with the impossibly blue and improbably high hairdo, is a complex woman with an inner life, hopes and dreams, and an incorrigible family that she holds together with a healthy homemade helping of common sense. Join the coupon-clipping queen of discount shopping at the nearby Sprawl-Mart, at a meeting of the school PTA, in the middle of a bodice-ripping romance novel, at a theatrical performance of her one-woman show, or in her crusade against cartoon violence, domestic strife, and suburbia's quiet life of desperation . . . or at least her desperate hop that no one will hold anything that Homer or Bart does against her personally.
Review: This instalment of The Simpsons Library of Wisdom was much better than Comic Book Guy's Book of Pop Culture. I learned a lot about Marge that I didn't know. Did you know that Marge writes a blog about Maggie? Neither did I. Or that she loves to read romance novels? Well now we do haha. I could really connect with Marge and I loved all her sneaky tips to get her family to help her with chores and to get them to eat their food. 
I can't wait to see what the rest of the books will teach me haha.



About this author

Matthew Abram Groening is an American cartoonist, television producer and writer from Portland, Oregon.

Groening is best known as the creator of The Simpsons. He is also the creator of Futurama and the author of the weekly comic strip Life in Hell. Groening distributed Life in Hell in the book corner of Licorice Pizza, a record store in which he worked.

He made his first professional cartoon sale to the avant-garde Wet magazine in 1978. The cartoon is still carried in 250 weekly newspapers.

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