Drawn to Read

Ward Sutton, whose cartoons and illustrations I first encountered in the pages of The New Yorker, writes a monthly column for the Barnes & Noble Review. His December column was a series of postcards highlighting the most notable books of 2010 (in his opinion; not sure I agree). It’s a delicious read for both the eye and the mind.

There are several books listed here that I passed over as uninteresting, based on more traditional reviews. Sutton’s drawings, and the blurbs he chose from book reviewers, are intriguing, though.

I’m printing this out, and taking it with me on my next trip to the local library.

About Kat Nagel

Cat lover, singer, early music addict, reads a lot. Former R&D chemist with an obsessive need for variety. Now active as a freelance technical writer and editor, web designer, photographer, computer coach, and trainer. Owner, MasterWork Consulting (http://www.masterworkconsulting.com/).
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