Patrick McDonnell’s Mutts is the most unappreciated newspaper comic strip. The ongoing daily is in print for over 25 years and still going strong. If there is anybody who can hold a light to his work, it would be Charles M. Schulz. Mutts Go Green collects some of his best eco-friendly strips for kids. Mutts has always been a safe place for all ages. The brilliant writing and minimalist doddle stylistic tribute to Krazy Kat is a fan favorite.
Mutts Go Green is a special kids’ collection of the popular comic strip MUTTS, featuring themes of ecology, environmental friendliness, and animal education.
This special collection of MUTTS comics for kids includes eco-friendly lessons on how to keep the environment clean and ways to help create a greener future for our furry friends and future generations. Mutts Go Green draws on Patrick McDonnell’s 25-year career of writing and illustrating heartwarming comics starring Earl the dog, Mooch the cat, and a host of other adorable animal friends.
The Mutts characters Earl, Mooch, and their furry friends try their best every day to make wise choices for themselves and for the earth — to keep it kind, clean, wild, and green,” McDonnell says in a release about the book. “As Greta Thunberg says, and Shtinky Puddin’ believes, you are never too small to make a difference.
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Fun Fact: Patrick McDonnell’s characters have been enlisted by the U.S. Marines for their 2006 Toys for Tots holiday poster.