Garfield at Large
By Jim Davis
- Release Date: 1984-07-12
- Genre: Humor
Garfield at Large Jim Davis Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Like every great lasagna, Garfield was born in the kitchen of an Italian restaurant on a winter's night in 1978, while outside snow fell like grated Parmesan cheese. He weighed five pounds, six ounces at birth--that's big for a kitten!--and right from the start showed a passion for Italian food. The restaurant owner, forced to choose between Garfield and closing his doors for lack of pasta, sold Garfield to a pet store. Garfield thought he was a goner until Jon Arbuckle walked in the door.
The rest is history.
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Garfield at large
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I love this book please make more 🙂😂
I loved these books as a kid, because we didn't have phones , there was jim Davis who came to entertain us fans with garfield the fluffy fat
feline who we all know
and love .... Ahhhhh memories😃 thank you mr davis and thank you garfield - your biggest fan
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By Nugget Fart
I love Garfield so much! Now I can read it when I want where I want!
this is listed as "garfield at large" but when its actually "garfield bigger than life" this the only link for "garfield at large" and there is no link for "garfield bigger than life". im very frustrated and disappointed in this misleading description.
I remember reading this when I was a kid. I got hooked on Garfield while my little sister was doing occupational therapy. It really was due to Garfield's wit, humor, and continuous-dog-kicking (poor Odie!!) that I was able to go through that trying time. Thank you Jim, you are forever one of my favorite cartoonists!!
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