The New Yorker Book Of Kids Cartoons

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: Bloomberg Press
ISBN: 9781576600979
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Wish kids came with instructions? At least you can take heart—and have a laugh—in the knowledge that the little dears confound and amuse all of us. Nothing captures our rollicking relationship with them—and theirs with the adult world—quite like New Yorker cartoons. The magazine's brilliant cartoonists (a good number of whom are rumored to have never completely left childhood behind) lead us from the hospital nursery, through toddlerhood, into the school years and beyond-to that long-lasting challenge of being an adult with parents. Selected by Robert Mankoff, cartoon editor of The New Yorker, this collection brings together 126 great cartoons (from artists including George Booth, Roz Chast, Leo Cullum, William Hamilton, Gahan Wilson, Jack Ziegler, and many more). The introduction from the one-and-only Roz Chast gives us a riot of insight and delight-which, come to think of it, is not a bad description of childhood.

The Complete Cartoons Of The New Yorker

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: Black Dog & Leventhal Pub
ISBN: 9781579126209
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Showcases the work of hundreds of artists who have contributed to the magazine throughout its eighty-year history, in a richly illustrated volume containing 2,500 black-and-white cartoons by Peter Arno, Charles Addams, Jack Ziegler, Roz Chast, and other notables, along with essays on the evolution of the magazine's humor and style, and a fully searchable DVD-ROM. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.

The New Yorker Book Of Teacher Cartoons

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118342038
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The riotous world of the classroom, captured by the cartoonists at The New Yorker The New Yorker Book of Teacher Cartoons, Second Edition is a hilarious compilation of cartoons that capture the joy, terror, excitement, anxiety, fun, and bedlam that teachers experience every day, as seen through the eyes of The New Yorker's best-loved cartoonists. A wonderful collection from some of the best and brightest artists in the world, The New Yorker Book of Teacher Cartoons takes a wry look into the classroom—at the students, at their devoted and demanding parents, and, especially, at the teachers in the thick of things. Includes more than 100 hilarious cartoons Updated edition reflects recent changes in the world of education Features an introduction by Lee Lorenz Compiled by Robert Mankoff, cartoon editor of The New Yorker and creator of more than eight hundred cartoons published in the magazine, The New Yorker Book of Teacher Cartoons is a perfect gift for teachers, and an encyclopedia of laughs for us all.

The New Yorker Book Of Golf Cartoons

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118362284
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A wry look at the golfing world, from the beloved cartoonists atThe New Yorker A hilarious hole-in-one for golfers and cartoon-lovers alike,The New Yorker Book of Golf Cartoons, Second Edition bringstogether over a hundred classic images from across the magazine'seighty-plus-year history. Edited by Robert Mankoff, acclaimedcartoonist and cartoon editor at The New Yorker, andfeaturing work from legendary artists including Charles Addams, RozChast, Whitney Darrow Jr., Edward Koren, George Price, WilliamSteig, and many others, the book is a side-splitting tribute to thegame. Brings together over 100 golf-related cartoons by thebest-loved cartoonists at The New Yorker Edited by the cartoonist and New Yorker cartoon editorRobert Mankoff Newly revised and updated to include coverage of the mostrecent developments in the golfing world, including Tiger Woods'stroubles and more Features an introduction by Danny Shanahan A timeless anthology of the very best golf cartoons ever tograce the pages of America's favorite magazine, The New YorkerBook of Golf Cartoons captures the passion and the pain of thegame.

The New Yorker Book Of Baseball Cartoons

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: Bloomberg Press
ISBN: 9781576601273
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The “national pastime” engages (and sometimes enrages) fans and fanatics across America and around the world. Many of The New Yorker’s best cartoonists, an esteemed and talented lot, have experienced our passion for this great game. These one hundred drawings give hilarious proof of that. An unforgettable, all-star lineup of cartoonists from A (Charles Addams) to Z (Jack Ziegler) are on deck, making this collection a grand slam! In cartoons spanning eight decades, the artists have captured the emotional essence of the game—kids playing pickup and beleagured major leaguers; fans at the ballpark or glued to the TV; zealous players to zany managers; and, yes, even that necessary evil, the umpires. The humor endures because baseball—and our relationship with it—keeps a powerful, timeless grip upon all who await those precious words: “Play ball!”

More Cartoons

Author: Bernard Schoenbaum
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496967917
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You may wonder why the title includes the word more. Bernard Schoenbaums cartoons have been published worldwide but upon his death, hundreds of unpublished cartoons were found in his files. To distinguish them from the already published cartoons, my daughter, Laura, a graphic designer, and I have organized them and compiled some of them into the group included in this publication with the title of More Cartoons: Men & Woman & Children. So here you have more. Hope they bring smiles!

Cartoon Marriage

Author: Liza Donnelly
Editor: Random House Incorporated
ISBN: 1400068088
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A pair of married New Yorker cartoonists expose the hilarious complexities and eccentricities of love and matrimony in a collection of more than two hundred cartoons and original graphic narratives that explore such topics as "I Do," "Play with Me," "Gifting and Getting," Ex-Whatevers," "Come Hither," "Is It Worth It," and "In Bed." 30,000 first printing.

The New Yorker

Author: Harold Wallace Ross
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The New Yorker Book Of True Love Cartoons

Author: N. Y.) New Yorker (New York
Editor: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
ISBN: 9780375403132
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All the graceful, awkward, precious, and tortured moments that happen during the course of true love are hilariously portrayed in this collection of one hundred cartoons by master cartoonists like Thurber, Arno, Mankoff, Shanahan, and Chast. 35,000 first printing.

Complete Cartoons Of The New Yorker

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: Black Dog & Leventhal
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Showcases the work of hundreds of artists who have contributed to the magazine throughout its eighty-year history.

The New Yorker Book Of Money Cartoons

Author: Robert Mankoff
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118362306
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A charming, irreverent treasury from the cartoonists at TheNew Yorker Money doesn't just make the world go round—it spins itupside down, inside out, and out of orbit. Now, thanks to theworld's most brilliant cartoonists, it also makes us giggle,chuckle, chortle, and laugh out loud. In The New Yorker Book ofMoney Cartoons, Second Edition, the cartoonist and cartooneditor of The New Yorker Robert Mankoff brings together overa hundred classic images that show the influence, power, andoccasional insanity of money. Features over 100 cartoons—new and old—from thepens of cartooning legends including Charles Addams, George Booth,Victoria Roberts, Roz Chast, Leo Cullum, Jack Ziegler, GahanWilson, and many others Includes a hilarious introduction by David Sipress Newly revised to include cartoons that touch on today's mostpressing money matters Capturing the myriad ways money informs, confuses, and sometimestakes control of our lives, The New Yorker Book of MoneyCartoons is sure to tickle your money bone.

The New Yorker Book Of Wine Cartoons

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Bloomberg Markets

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American Periodicals

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Current Biography Yearbook 2005

Author: H. W. Wilson
Editor: Hw Wilson Company
ISBN: 9780824210564
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Compiles detailed biographical sketches of contemporary leaders in such areas as entertainment, government, sports, art, literature, and science

Current Biography Yearbook

Author: Maxine Block
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The New Yorker Magazine Book Of Mom Cartoons

Author: The New Yorker Magazine
Editor: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 9780740776038
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Know that for every exuberant 'I love you' from a three-year-old, you're bound to get a, as they say, developmentally appropriate 'I hate you' from a thirteen-year-old. The trick is to embrace the one and let go of the other. . . . Laughter helps." -Cartoonist Barbara Smaller, introduction to the Book of Moms Perfect for Mother's Day, 100 sarcastically pitch-perfect cartoons culled from The New Yorker archives to celebrate Mom's unique motherly mom-ness. More The New Yorker Magazine Book of Mom Cartoons Since 1925, The New Yorker has cultivated the creme de la creme of cartooning elite, a vanguard of sketching artists with astute wit and clever perceptions of life and living. Inside this special collection, such New Yorker cartooning greats as Charles Barsotti, Robert Mankoff, and Barbara Smaller offer up 100 black-and-white single-panel cartoons in tribute to a diverse array of moms, ranging from football and CEO moms to tattooed and jack-in-the-box moms. A witty introduction by New Yorker cartoonist Barbara Smaller opens this homage by calling attention to a few of her favorite cartoons within the collection, including: * Roz Chast's "Bad Mom cards, where Lucy, Gloria, and others are guilty, guilty, guilty of such crimes as not making Play-Doh from scratch or serving orange soda." * Sam Gross's cartoon depicting a "primordial ooze rising out of a test tube . . . inquiring hopefully of the scientist, 'Are you my mommy?'"

Funny Ladies

Author: Liza Donnelly
Editor: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615923888
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It's no secret that most New Yorker readers flip through the magazine to look at the cartoons before they ever lay eyes on a word of the text. But what isn't generally known is that over the decades a growing cadre of women artists have contributed to the witty, memorable cartoons that readers look forward to each week. Now Liza Donnelly, herself a renowned cartoonist with the New Yorker for more than twenty years, has written this wonderful, in-depth celebration of women cartoonists who have graced the pages of the famous magazine from the Roaring Twenties to the present day.An anthology of funny, poignant, and entertaining cartoons, biographical sketches, and social history all in one, Funny Ladies offers a unique slant on 20th-century and early 21st-century America through the humorous perspectives of the talented women who have captured in pictures and captions many of the key social issues of their time. As someone who understands firsthand the cartoonist's art, Donnelly is in a position to offer distinctive insights on the creative process, the relationships between artists and editors, what it means to be a female cartoonist, and the personalities of the other New Yorker women cartoonists, whom she has known over the years.Funny Ladies reveals never-before-published material from The New Yorker archives, including correspondence from Harold Ross, Katharine White, and many others. In addition, Donnelly has interviewed all of the living female cartoonists, many of their male counterparts, and editors and writers: David Remnick, Roger Angell, Lee Lorenz, Harriet Walden (legendary editor Harold Ross's secretary), Bob Mankoff, Eldon Dedini, Dana Fradon, Frank Model, Bob Weber, Sam Gross, Gahan Wilson, Joe Farris, among others.Combining a wealth of information with an engaging and charming narrative, plus more than seventy cartoons, along with photographs and self-portraits of the cartoonists, Funny Ladies beautifully portrays the art and contributions of the brilliant female cartoonists in America's greatest magazine.Liza Donnelly (Rhinebeck, NY) has been a cartoonist for The New Yorker for twenty-two years. When she started, she was one of only three women cartoonists being published by the magazine at that time. Ms. Donnelly has written and illustrated a series of children's books about dinosaurs and has edited four collections of cartoons, including Mothers and Daughters, and, with Michael Maslin, Fathers and Sons, Husbands and Wives, and Call Me When You Reach Nirvana. She has also contributed cartoons and illustrations to The New York Times, The Nation, Cosmopolitan, and many other national magazines.

Index To The Cartoons Of The New Yorker Magazine With Artist Date Page And Keyword Citations 1975 1985

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Have I Got A Cartoon For You

Author: Bob Mankoff
Editor: Moment Books
ISBN: 9781942134596
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Bob Mankoff grew up Jewish in Queens, NY in the 1950s and 1960s. As a kid, he visited the Borscht Belt and reveled in the hilarious performances of some of the best Jewish comedians such as Jerry Lewis, Buddy Hackett, and Rodney Dangerfield, among others. These early experiences helped shape Mankoff's view of life and led him to become a creative master practitioner of humor and cartoons. He started his career unexpectedly by quitting a Ph.D. program in experimental psychology at The City University of New York in 1974 and submitting his cartoons to the New Yorker. Three years and over 2,000 cartoons later, he finally made the magazine and has since published over 950 cartoons. He has devoted his life to discovering just what makes us laugh and seeks every outlet to do so, from developing The New Yorker's web presence to founding The Cartoon Bank, a business devoted to licensing cartoons for use in newsletters, textbooks, magazines and other media. In this new book, Have I Got a Cartoon for You! this successful cartoonist, speaker and author, presents his favorite Jewish cartoons. In his foreword to this entertaining collection, Mankoff shows how his Jewish heritage helped him to become a successful cartoonist, examines the place of cartoons in the vibrant history of Jewish humor, and plumbs Jewish thought, wisdom and shtik for humorous insights. Mankoff has written: "I always think that it's strange that the Jews, The People of the Book, eventually became much better known as The People of the Joke. Strange because laughter in the Old Testament is not a good thing: When God laughs, you're toast. If you say, 'Stop me if you've heard this one, ' he does for good." A major influence on his cartoons about religion derives from Jewish culture's disputatiousness, the questioning everything just for the hell of it and then the questioning of the questioning to be even more annoying. He recalls: "When, I was first dating my wife, who is not Jewish, we once were having what I thought was an ordinary conversation and she said, 'Why are you arguing with me?' I replied, 'I'm not arguing, I'm Jewish.' I thought that was clever. She didn't. Some humor scholars claim this stems from the practice in the Talmud of pilpul, which Leo Rosten has described as 'unproductive hair-splitting that is employed not so much to radiate clarity ... as to display one's own cleverness.' I go along with that except I like to think that some clarity and cleverness are not mutually exclusive. Anyway, that's my aim in cartoons like these. Now, am I worried that these jokes will bring His wrath down upon me down with a bolt from the blue. Not really, but every time there's a thunderstorm, I hide in the cellar."