The Elderberries

The Elderberries

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by Phil Frank and Joe Troise, Joe Troise
     
 

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The only cartoon strip to focus on life after kids, pets, and a career, The Elderberries is Hogan's Heroes set in a retirement community.

As more than a third of our nation's population strolls into senior citizenry, cartoonists Phil Frank and Joe Troise present The Elderberries--a heartwarming strip that follows the lives of five aging friends who

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Overview

The only cartoon strip to focus on life after kids, pets, and a career, The Elderberries is Hogan's Heroes set in a retirement community.

As more than a third of our nation's population strolls into senior citizenry, cartoonists Phil Frank and Joe Troise present The Elderberries--a heartwarming strip that follows the lives of five aging friends who reside at Elderpark, the "good place to park your elder."

The residents of Elderpark include Dusty, the General, the Professor, Boone, and Evelyn, along with Miss Overdunne, who manages the property for the corporate bean counters at Jujitsu Heavy Industries (based in Hong Kong). Covert field trips, practical jokes, and dueling games of poker and word play keep this spirited group of elders one step ahead of ailments and the anarchy of aging.

This is the first Elderberries book collection. 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780740790751
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
05/01/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
128
File size:
45 MB
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Age Range:
9 Years

Meet the Author

Phil Frank and Joe Troise launched The Elderberries in 2004. Frank stepped away from the strip in 2007, shortly before his passing. Joe resides in San Francisco, CA.

www.gocomics.com/theelderberries/

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seadragonLR More than 1 year ago
A lighthearted look at the issues of growing old and moving into a retirement home - trying to make new friends, coping with loss, loss of independence, loss of memory. Will resonate with those growing older and those who care for the elderly. Sadly, one of the authors has died. Don't know if this is the entire collection of comics, if not, would like to see the rest published.