Mr Onthemoon’s Greatest Hits

Mr Onthemoon’s Greatest Hits

First Dog On The Moon

First Dog on the Moon, handsome and debonair correspondent for The Guardian and The Monthly, the nation's only marsupial-based Walkley award-winning cartoonist, the brilliant mind behind creations like the Racist Carrot, the ABC Interpretive Dance Bandicoot and Ian the Climate Denialist Potato, now gathers together all his best cartoons into one glorious, technicolour book.

Covering everything from daily political buffoonery to Eurovision, from what an Andrew Bolt network would look like to ISIS's PR department, this showcases over 200 of Mr Onthemoon's greatest hits - the adorable, hilarious, poignant and occasionally whimsical drawings that have made First Dog an international treasure.

For all the smart, funny people in your life - or just buy one to selfishly keep for yourself. First Dog on the Moon lives in Melbourne. He's been the cartoonist of choice for Crikey, The Monthly and now works for The Guardian where his pithy observations have attracted a wide legion of international followers.

For review copies, interviews and further information please contact Matthew Howard (02) 9952 5003, 0400 221 815, or email matthew.howard@harpercollins.com.au

Treasury of Cartoons by First Dog on the Moon
Publication Date: 1 December 2015
Imprint: ABC Books
Format: Paperback, RRP: $29.99, ISBN: 9780733334108


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