There is No Shrimp... And Other Lies My Mother Told Me

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UFO Comics
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.28 inches | 0.37 pounds

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About the Author
Kenny Loui is a doctor (of philosophy), college professor, and life-long otaku. His hobbies include writing, doodling, stargazing, and binge-watching anime on Crunchyroll. He is the author of "Life Lessons from a UFO Catcher: An Autobiographical Manga," a webtoon/graphic novel series based on his experiences "rescuing" cute and cuddly plushies trapped inside arcade claw machines in South Korea, while capturing important life lessons along the way.
Yamame is a self-taught artist from the Philippines whose style draws inspiration from Japanese anime and manga. She holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and has been working as a freelance digital artist since 2014.

"An enjoyable manga combination of humor, nostalgia, and life lessons." - BookLife Reviews

"... chock full of wisdom, wit, and the protective nature only a loving parent can offer." - Indies Today ★★★★★

"Kenny's lighthearted adventures are infectious and will leave you grinning from ear to ear even after you've finished the book." - Literary Titan ★★★★★

"From elusive shrimp to other memorable fibs, this book will tickle your funny bone and tug at your heartstrings." - Mom's Choice Awards

"I found myself on several occasions laughing out loud ... his stories leap off the page and into your mind." - Midwest Book Review

"... continues in the same joyful spirit of the previous installment, where Kenny Loui finds a way to incorporate some grounded moral lessons into fun-filled adventure stories that you can't help but love." - Readers' Favorite ★★★★★

"... a graphic text attuned to the heart, and one that comic lovers will find to be a sumptuous delight." - Reader Views ★★★★★

"... definitely put a smile on my face. ... sentimental, funny, and enjoyable to read." - San Francisco Book Review ★★★1/2

"... a super fun, cute and nerdy graphic novel." - Scribble's Worth Book Reviews