Pure Ducky Goodness Dave Kellett brings you the first book collection of the popular daily comic strip Sheldon Selected favorites from the much loved webcomic are collected in one beautifully bound volume Take it with y

  • Title: Pure Ducky Goodness
  • Author: Dave Kellett
  • ISBN: 9780965506014
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dave Kellett brings you the first book collection of the popular daily comic strip, Sheldon Selected favorites from the much loved webcomic are collected in one beautifully bound volume Take it with you wherever your jet setting life may lead you and enjoy the adventures of a 10 year old software billionaire, his pet duck and the grandfather that raises them both It sDave Kellett brings you the first book collection of the popular daily comic strip, Sheldon Selected favorites from the much loved webcomic are collected in one beautifully bound volume Take it with you wherever your jet setting life may lead you and enjoy the adventures of a 10 year old software billionaire, his pet duck and the grandfather that raises them both It s a wonderful mix of everyday family humor, pop culture references and the surreal

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    1. I absolutely love this comic strip. Sheldon is a ten year old boy, living with his Grandfather after the death of his parents. They own a pug and a duck. Who talks. Did I mention that Sheldon is a genius? His math program led to the creation of a company that earned him over a billion dollars. Just as an experiment he downloaded an encyclopedia into the brain of his pet duck, Arthur. This collection introduces us to Sheldon, Gramps, Arthur and various other characters that Kellett created. It's [...]

    2. What a wonderful collection. Unlike most webcomics, which pride themselves on catering to a niche, Kellett's humour is refreshingly accessible, definitely hinting at a Bill Watterson influence. While his references sometimes tend towards the geekish, this by no means excludes the ordinary reader. His strips frequently use the title character Sheldon (a 10-year old genius and billionaire) to lampoon contemporary adult attitudes, while his elderly grandfather struggles with the latest technologica [...]

    3. I have read our Doonesbury collection a number of times start to finish. That is my measure of a collection of cartoons - can it be read more than once. This one certainly more than matches the criterion. There is a broad selection of topics from the production of art to growing old, from parenting to managing a multi million dollar corporation (although that is not quite as broadly applicable as the others). I enjoy the topics, like the drawing style and appreciate the humour. And it's Pacific [...]

    4. This is an internet comic my coworker’s addicted to. She purchased this book and The Good, the Bad, and the Pugly from the website and was kind enough to let me read both. It’s full of strange pop culture references I’m not quite enough of a nerd to appreciate (Superman 2? Really? Huh…), but the characters are so appealing it doesn’t really matter

    5. It took me too long to get on the Sheldon bandwagon. Now loving the strip full time is easy, because it's consistently funny, earnestly cute, relatively original, and chock full of nerd humor. Unfortunately this first collection is a little sub-par, and clunky, as most first-book-in-the-collections are. Still totally worth reading.

    6. I get a kick out of reading this online so I bought the first book. Dave Kellet makes a lot of book and library references, which is another reason to love his comic. He did a great one about summer reading programs a few years ago but this book features the background of the series, the origin story, if you will.

    7. Meet Sheldon, a 10 year old genius who designed software to make the internet go faster. He's a huge geek. Meet Gramps, the 65 year old ludite guardian of the boy wonder. Meet Arthur, a talking duck due to some more software written by Sheldon.

    8. Sheldon is a consistently entertaining webcomic, well worth picking up in the collected print editions. I would have given this first book 5 stars, but the comic only gets better from here, so I had to leave myself some head room.

    9. The First Sheldon Collection, cliche as I may sound this strip is fabulous for all ages, for the young and young at heart. It has elements that everyone can relate to, especially in this information age.

    10. This is laugh out loud funny! I get out this book to re-read whenever I'm having a bad day; lifts my spirits right up. Better than chocolate (actually burns calories because of all of the belly laughs).

    11. Sheldon is a 10 year old Billionair who lives with his Grandpa and his talking pet Duck. It is the best comic strip about a 10 year old w/ a talking duck ever. everyone should read it.

    12. I follow the web comic and am looking forward to reading the books. This one has it all: young genius, old fart, talking duck, slightly less-than-bright dog, and cute gecko.

    13. A brisk introduction to the ever-charming world of Dave Kellet's Sheldon, the boy billionaire with a talking duck.

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