At Your Local Library?

January 6th, 2012 | Posted in News

Do you wish your school or local public library carried The Mad Art of Caricature!? So do I! Well, now they can. The Mad Art of Caricature! is officially being distributed for K-12 school libraries through Follett Library Resources and for U.S. Public libraries through their sister company, Book Wholesalers, Inc.

Unfortunately no library will have a book on their shelves they don’t know exists. So, how can you go about getting them to stock a copy? Just ask one of the librarians about getting one through the appropriate resource above. Libraries won’t stock self-published books unless they have a national distributor, and now we do! You can even reference the book’s ISBN number: 9780983576709.

My only regret about this is that libraries no longer have that glued on pocket with the library card in the back, so you could see who has checked out the book before you did. Technological progress takes the fun out of everything.


  1. Bopet says:

    Wow this seems an awesome book!

  2. George Cook says:

    Very cool, Tom! I haven’t been to the library in a long time. My girlfriend goes to one a lot that her mother goes too, so maybe i will ask her to see if they will get it. I tried to order one the other day, but paypal didn’t like my visa debit card, so it refused to acknowledge it.


New profile pic courtesy of my self-caricature for the Scott Maiko penned article “Gotcha! Mug Shots of Common (but Despicable) Criminals” from MAD 550

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