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Author: Jim Davis
ISBN: 034530912X
Language: English
Category: Humor
Publisher: Ballantine Books; 1st edition (February 12, 1983)
Rating: 4.7
Formats: lrf docx azw lit
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Another great book by Jim Davis. Garfield is back again in this hilarious book. The stories are still great and so is the humor. So enjoyable to read. Garfield Eats His Heart Out" has the same slapstick and ironic humor that's found in the last five books, but this is slightly funnier. Here, Garfield has to battle a cat leash, fulfil his urge to climb trees, escape Aunt Gussie as John leaves on vacation, and find ways to escape the window blinds. As for Jon, he's still hopelessly flirting (and asking for a date) with Liz.

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item 1 Garfield Eats His Heart Out (Garfield (Numbered Paper. by Davis, Jim Paperback. Book condition good.

Jim Davis was born on July 28, 1945, in Marion, Indiana. He later attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he distinguished himself by earning one of the lowest cumulative grade point averages in the history of the university. The Garfield stri. ore about Jim Davis.

So laugh along with the classic cat, because classics are always in style. Author: Jim Davis Format: Full-Color Sunday & Daily Comic Strips Features comic strips from: June 8th, 1981 to January 10th, 1982.

This is a list of the Garfield Books released. Compilation of books of Jim Davis's comic strip Garfield. These books, generally released twice a year by Ballantine Books, contain reprints of the comic as it appears in newspapers daily. These books were originally printed in black and white, but volumes 37 and later have been in full color.

Redirected from Garfield Eats His Heart Out: His Sixth Book). Jim Davis's comic strip Garfield has generated a large amount of merchandise. The following is a compiled list of selected merchandise based on Garfield. In the books, there are numerous 'extras' at the front and/or back. For example, in the 10th Birthday book, the beginning has an extract of a newspaper, stating "JIM DAVIS A FRAUD", with Pooky revealing Garfield has in fact been writing the strips.

The Best of Garfield --- 1983: Garfield Eats His Heart Out!
Comments (7)
Zeks Horde
I grew up with the original books of Garfield, all the black and white comics, then the color ones, I'm just restocking my collection now to the digital as often as I can. Still love the comic that's around the same age as I am.
Konetav
I've been a fan for over 30 years and always will be. The eBook versions are much easier to keep than the huge collection of books that cover my bookshelves!
Thabel
arrived quickly and the condition as described. Loved this book as a kid and it was so nice to see my son (7 1/2 yrs) reading it. He loves it too!
Gunos
Son loves it great service
BlackHaze
My great nephew asked for this book for Christmas. He regularly checks it out of the library and reads it over and over. Yet another generation taken with this lasagna-loving, fat cat.
Unnis
There is nothing funnier than an fat, orange tabby cat with black stripes sleeping thirteen hours a day (or more), stuffing his face fat full of food, and getting stuck in a tree. When I read my morning paper, the first thing I go to is the comic section and read my daily Garfield strip. I own all 40 books of collections of Garfield strips from the last twenty five years. The animation in Garfield's first few years is a bit on the crude side but he was still funny nevertheless. It is weird seeing Garfield physically evolve until "Garfield Takes the Cake" and "Garfield Eats His Heart Out". I think Jim Davis really defined Garfield's appearance in the 5th and 6th books. Jim has yet to fail me with Garfield's antics. I love it when Jon puts Garfield on a diet or tries to go on a vacation without his lazy cat. Of course what is Garfield without a visit from Nermal, the world's cutest kitten? One of my personal favorite moments in the book is when Jon wakes up and is startled to see Garfield wearing his reading glasses. Another great moment is when Jon and Garfield visits Jon's parents on the farm, and Garfield falls into a pig waller and gets covered in mud. Garfield is hilarious when he makes some snide remark about his girlfriend Arlene's gap between her teeth. There is never a shortage of laughs in any Garfield book. Jim Davis never seems to fail me with his abilities to make me laugh through his famous fat cat.
Anasius
My Fourth Favorite...and the last one that I can discern as a favorite in the series--the excellent blends in a bit after that for another half dozen or so. Lots of memorable stuff here that shows Jim Davis is on a roll...in his prime. Can anything stop the excellence?
Here we have the six installment of the Garfield comics. "Garfield Eats His Heart Out" has the same slapstick and ironic humor that's found in the last five books, but this is slightly funnier. Here, Garfield has to battle a cat leash, fulfil his urge to climb trees, escape Aunt Gussie as John leaves on vacation, and find ways to escape the window blinds. As for Jon, he's still hopelessly flirting (and asking for a date) with Liz. 12/19/1981 should'nt be too hard to look at.

I prefer the comics of the 90's and late 80's, but the 70's and early 80's are still great ones no doubt.