Good-bye, Chunky Rice

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Top Shelf Productions, 1999 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
28 Reviews
This stunning book-length debut is a quiet picture novella of a small turtle, Chunky Rice, leaving his home and his mouse friend, Dandel. A Dr. Seussian cast of colorful characters and lush cartoon-y brushwork shape this into a charming, profound tale of loneliness, loss, and undying friendship.

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User Review  - Rafal Cebula - Goodreads

So disappointing. Maybe I just didn't "get it"? This was my 3rd foray into the world of Craig Thompson and it was by far the worst. After the utterly emotional Blankets and the hypnotic Habibi, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Lenz - Goodreads

Review on Goodbye Chunky Rice The book Goodbye Chunky Rice is a graphic novel about a turtle named Chunky Rice and how he leaves his best friend, a mouse named Dandle to find where he belongs. At ... Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Craig Thompson was made in Michigan in 1975, but risen up in Wisconsin and he drawed this very here book after departin' for Portland, Oregon, in 1997 and missing likewise his chums and girl-buddies.
He's mostest beknown for his best-sold graphical novel book "Blankets" -- to be winning also three Harvey Awards and two Ignatz Awards. Translationized into thirteen -- count 'em -- languages, lands like Morocco and Switzerland and Phoenix, but he's plopped hisself settled-like in Portland. For the being-time.

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