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Shame Pudding: A Graphic Memoir

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Danny Noble


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This memoir, told in graphic novel format, is a personal celebration of the author's charming and eccentric family and how they saved her from the machinations of her own brain. The book centers around the author's Jewish grandmothers, and the unique role they play in her life as she strugged with anxiety and insecurity. It explores resonant adolescent topics of body image, self-determination, insecurity, fear, religious identity, politics, friendship, romantic love, and family relationships.