One Cup at a Time
A Cat's Café Collection
by Matt Tarpley
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Pub Date 27 Sep 2022 | Archive Date 27 Sep 2022
A follow-up collection based on the popular webcomic Cat's Cafe, One Cup at a Time immerses readers in the gentle, supportive world of cafe owner Cat and his adorable friends. With familiar faces like Penguin and Kiwi and new friends like Fox and Spider, this collection handles real issues like relationships, self-esteem, and mental health through a tender, positive lens. One Cup at a Time isn't about forgetting your problems; it's about supporting one another through those problems and loving each other and ourselves through it all.
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This was the most adorable and uplifting little comics I've ever read! I loved it so much! Some are cute and adorable and some are funny. I would definitely buy this for a friend who suffers from anxiety. A lot of the comics are relating to anxiety and how it's okay to not be okay.
I absolutely love Matt Tarpley’s webcomic “Cat’s Cafe” and I adored this collection! One Cup at a Time is the perfect read for whenever you feel down or unsure of yourself, as it does an amazing job of reassuring the reader that their struggles are valid by showing all different types of characters with their own struggles.
All the different characters are loveable and relatable, as they all are unique in their own way. Some examples of the different characters include: a fox that’s hard of hearing and uses sign language, an opossum who struggles with depression, and a gator who has imposter syndrome.
I would recommend this collection to anyone who needs a little pick me up and some positivity; and especially to those who love cute artwork!
Thank you so much to Netgalley for giving me this arc in exchange for an honest review!
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