It gives glimpses into the domestic and professional life of cartoonist and father Mike Dawson, as he navigates earning a living, finding creative inspiration, and raising children (together with his wife).The book intersperses mundane everyday experiences, told in illustrated diary form, with comics where he tackles massive issues: climate change, the scale of history, the ethics of eating meat, gun violence, and modern feminism. Interestingly enough, I came across a photo of a proud feminist father’s “rules for dating my daughter” that makes me think into the future. Her body, her rules Feminist Father” His daughter, 20-year-old Kristine, bought him the T-shirt for Father’s Day, and posted the picture on her blog.
The shifts aren’t jarring because ultimately this is a collection about parenthood.
Global issues like environmental change are made to feel personal, now that Dawson is responsible for two young lives.
(Good luck.) Or maybe you once were a teenage daughter.
Or maybe you have an antique table that's crooked and need something about an inch thick to put under one of the legs.
The shows storylines were about a family patriarch named Paul Hennessy trying to stop his daughters from growing up too fast mainly in dating.
Retitled 8 Simple Rules after John Ritter's death.
An American sitcom starring John Ritter most popular before his untimely passing in 2003.
ran from 2002 to 2005 on the ABC in America, ABC1 in the UK and Channel 7 in Australia.
He then suggests down where they both go wrong—with implied ownership over a daughter’s mind.