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    Finding Molly

    Justine Prado, Jenn St-Onge, Joyana McDairmid,

Finding Molly Graphic Novel (Print)

by: Justine Prado, Jenn St-Onge, Joyana McDairmid,

Fresh out of art school and creatively unfulfilled, Molly is stuck in the suburbs with her parents and their cat, Pishi. When she is offered an opportunity to cat sit, she sees it as a way to get closer to her friends who live in the Los Angeles Arts District while fulfilling her dream of making a living as an artist.


“This is a gorgeous read in every sense of the word, each and every page brimming with character and life.” – IGN

“There isn’t anything I didn’t enjoy about this book. A quirky lead character, fun supporting cast, crisp artwork, relatable story, and cats!” – PopCultHQ

“So much of Molly’s story hit very close to home, and seeing her work through her internal roadblocks was incredibly inspirational.” – Common Room

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Meet the Author
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Justine is a Los Angeles-based feature and television screenwriter, playwright, and cat lady. She holds a BFA from the Academy of Art University and an MFA from UCLA. Justine has worked as a writer for many major studios, networks and indie production companies. Before her Hollywood career, Justine was a theatre geek, an adequate musician, and a subversive political activist. When she’s not writing, she’s spending time with her cat, Thriller, who enjoys eating shoelaces.
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Finding Molly artist Jenn St-Onge is a Canadian illustrator/comic artist who graduated from Seneca College's Independent Illustration program in 2012 and has since worked with companies like IDW Publishing, Archie Comics, BOOM! Studios, and Valiant Entertainment. She is the princess of coffee-loving cat ladies and currently lives just outside Toronto, Ontario, with her husband and their five kitties.
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About This Book
Overview

This is a PRINT version of Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting

Fresh out of art school and creatively unfulfilled, Molly is stuck in the suburbs with her parents and their cat, Pishi. When she is offered an opportunity to cat sit, she sees it as a way to get closer to her friends who live in the Los Angeles Arts District while fulfilling her dream of making a living as an artist.

Includes process art, behind-the-scenes sketches, and interviews with the creators. 168 pages.

TEEN +13 – Some material may not be suitable for children. Subject matter may have mild violence, and inappropriate language/body humor.

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Publisher: Emet Comics
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