Red And Rover

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 1, 2002 - Humor - 128 pages
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First there was Bogey and Bacall, then Butch and Sundance. Now Red and Rover have taken center stage as the most captivating twosome around. Ten-year-old Red and his faithful canine companion, Rover, forged their fellowship in a gentler time, when friends were forever and loyalty was unquestioned. Red and Rover have an endearing partnership that brings them-and the strip's lucky readers-a measure of pure delight.Created by Brian Basset (whose Adam@Home strip has been syndicated since 1984,) Red and Rover appeals to countless fans who appreciate its focus on friendship. Red's 17-year-old brother, Martin, plays the foil, while Red's parents, Carol and Charlie, attempt to keep everything running smoothly. It's an ideal cast of characters.This first Red and Rover book wraps up this extraordinary friendship between boy and dog in an ideal package for everyone who appreciates the sweetness of a simpler time.

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About the author (2002)

After attending Ohio State University, where he lampooned state and student politics as a political cartoonist for the school paper, Brian Basset landed a "tryout" as an editorial cartoonist for the Seattle Times, a job which lasted 16 years. In 1994, he began to devote himself full-time to his comic strip Adam. A self-professed "retro" kind of guy, Basset launched Red and Rover in 2000. He lives and works outside of Seattle, Wash.

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