Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos




      Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos
If you work hard enough, if you want it enough, if you re smart and talented and good enough, you can do anything.Except get pregnant.Her whole life, Lucy Knisley wanted to be a mother But when it was finally the perfect time, conceiving turned out to be harder than anything she d ever attempted Fertility problems were followed by miscarriages, and her eventual successful pregnancy plagued by health issues, up to a dramatic, near death experience during labor and delivery.This moving, hilarious, and surprisingly informative memoir not only follows Lucy s personal transition into motherhood but also illustrates the history and science of reproductive health from all angles, including curious facts and inspiring and notorious figures in medicine and midwifery Whether you ve got kids, want them, or want nothing to do with them, there s something in this graphic memoir to open your mind and heart. Free Download [ Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos ] author [ Lucy Knisley ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Beginning with an love for Archie comics and Calvin and Hobbes, Lucy Knisley pronounced nigh zlee has always thought of cartooning as the only profession she is suited for A New York City kid raised by a family of foodies, Lucy is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago currently pursuing an MFA at the Center for Cartoon Studies While completing her BFA at the School of the Art Institute, she was comics editor for the award winning student publication F News Magazine.Lucy currently resides in New York City where she makes comics She likes books, sewing, bicycles, food you can eat with a spoon, manatees, nice pens, costumes, baking and Oscar Wilde She occasionally has been known to wear amazing hats.She can be reached via e mail at lucylou gmail.com copied from on 12 31 08

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  • Paperback
  • 248 pages
  • Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos
  • Lucy Knisley
  • English
  • 12 September 2018

10 thoughts on “ Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos

  1. Lola says:

    Woah This book feels like a GAME CHANGER And maybe it is, who knows, I sure don t know many graphic novels mainly about pregnancy so this may just be one of the firsts of its kind And maybe there will bein the future, only time will tell Wouldn t that be amazing, though I learned so much from it I have read stories about pregnancy, like the memoir AND NOW WE HAVE EVERYTHING by Meaghan O Connell which was fascinating but also a little bit lot traumatizing Still, ever since I read th Woah This book feels like a GAME CHANGER And maybe it is, who knows, I sure don t know many graphic novels mainly about pregnancy so this may just be one of the firsts of its kind And maybe there will bein the future, only time will tell Wouldn t that be amazing, though I learned so much from it I have read stories about pregnancy, like the memoir AND NOW WE HAVE EVERYTHING by Meaghan O Connell which was fascinating but also a little bit lot traumatizing Still, ever since I read that book, I became interested in knowingabout pregnancy and motherhood In this book, Lucy Knisley shares her experience of trying for a baby, having miscarriages, going through depressio...

  2. David Schaafsma says:

    Lucy Knisley tells us at one point that she does NOT want to suggest that having a baby is a terrible experience, after having just told us several terrible things that happened to her, but I can say reading her book was for me at times a stressful experience, since her detailed account of her way difficult pregnancy, in spite of being enhanced by information gleaned by constant research she has done, and broken up by some laughs, reveals that she had the Pregnancy and Childbirth her first F Lucy Knisley tells us at one point that she does NOT want to suggest that having a baby is a terrible experience, after having just told us several terrible things that happened to her, but I can say reading her book was for me at times a stressful experience, since her detailed account of her way difficult pregnancy, in spite of being enhanced by information gleaned by constant research she has done, and broken up by some laughs, reveals that she had the Pregnancy and Childbirth her first From Hell Since Knisley, like Quebec artist Michel Rabagliati, is wr...

  3. Julie Ehlers says:

    LOL How d this happen I ve had an up and down relationship with Lucy Knisley for a few years now, with her most recent book, Something New, representing its absolute nadir Ugh, Something New. So when I saw a Goodreads giveaway for Knisley s new book, Kid Gloves, my first instinct was to stay far away A faint spark of curiosity caused me to enter the giveaway anyway, but I was of course fully expecting that I wouldn t win The odds were against it, after all I guess we can all see what happe LOL How d this happen I ve had an up and down relationship with Lucy Knisley for a few years now, with her most recent book, Something New, representing its absolute nadir Ugh, Something New. So when I saw a Goodreads giveaway for Knisley s new book, Kid Gloves, my first instinct w...

  4. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    Kid Gloves looks like another cutesy book about pregnancy, but it s a lotthan that It also features myths and facts about pregnancy, some interesting history regarding how far obstetric medicine has come, tidbits about medical struggles, and most notably, a long section on infertility and miscarriages.There s a point Lucy makes at one point that really resonated with me, as a fellow miscarriage survivor If 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, why aren t 25% of media portrayals of pregn Kid Gloves looks like another cutesy book about pregnancy, but it s a lotthan that It also features myths and facts about pregnancy, some interesting history regarding how far obstetric medicine has come, tidbits about medical struggles, and most notably, a long section on infertility and miscarriages.There s a point Lucy makes at one point that really resonated with me, as a fellow miscarriage survivor If 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, why aren t 25% of media portrayals of pregnancies acknowledging that Instead, we live in a world where people are made to feel guilty, ashamed, and or tragically alone after a miscarriage, and we have to do better It isn t fair for anyone to suffer these traumas alone.While it got a bit boring at times, overall, I thought Kid Gloves was an interesting pregnancy memoir I m not sure I would give it to an expectant mother, because I think it would have terrified me to read ab...

  5. Olive (abookolive) says:

    This is now one of my favorite Lucy Knisley books As she discusses in this book, in each of her previous works, she chronicles a transitional point in her life In the popular French Milk, she is a markedly less sympathetic character, being in that moody period of her late teenage years But in her subsequent works, we see her develop into a passionate, empathetic adult who struggles to balance a career, family, and relationships In her animated form, we walk with Lucy back into a never quite This is now one of my favorite Lucy Knisley books As she discusses in this book, in each of her previous works, she chronicles a transitional point in her life In the popular French Milk, she is a markedly less sympathetic character, being in that moody period of her late teenage years But in her subsequent works, we see her develop into a ...

  6. Hannah Garden says:

    One of Lucy Knisley s undeniable strengths is that she is hardcore a Capricorn by the age of thirty one, as she tells you herself in this very book, she d published five graphic memoirs, each one as cleanly constructed as if from a kit, gleaming with that I write outlines for my to do lists singlemindedness goats are known for.I ve read almost all of them They are each of them lovely, bright and tidy as a paperdollhouse And I slam through them as unselfconsciously personal memoirs by a woman One of Lucy Knisley s undeniable strengths is that she is hardcore a Capricorn by the age of thirty one, as she tells you herself in this very book, she d published five graphic memoirs, each one as cleanly constructed as if from a kit, gleaming with that I write outlines for my to do lists singlemindedness goats are known for.I ve read almost all of them They are each of them lovely, bright and tidy as a paperdollhouse And I slam through them as unselfconsciously personal memoirs by a woman, they are precisely up my alley, and compulsively readable.And yet every single time I find myself having the same puzzling experience Why don t I love them The Luc...

  7. Elizabeth A says:

    I was taught how to condom a banana, and to memorize the dates of amnesties, and the life cycle stages of a pill bug But I was never taught about the intertwined history and science of taking care of my own body This graphic memoir covers the next phase of the author s life We ve been through her new adulthood, her marriage, and it s now time for the baby carriage Unlike her previous works, this one doesthan explore her life and foibles In addition to covering her personal experi I was taught how to condom a banana, and to memorize the dates of amnesties, and the life cycle stages of a pill bug But I was nev...

  8. Stephanie says:

    Shortly after I gave birth, I had the sudden realization that holy SHIT there are hundreds thousands millions of women walking around who have also gone through this wildly intense rollercoaster of an experience And yet there s not much in the mainstream that really tells the truth about this, which left me scrambling last year to figure out what was going on and what was normal I loved this graphic memoir for its honesty, humor, and simple offering of firsthand experience.I ve seen plenty Shortly after I gave birth, I had the sudden realization that holy SHIT there are hundreds thousands millions of women walking around who have also gone through this wildly intense rollercoaster of an experience And yet there s not much in the mainstream that really tells the truth about this, which left me scrambling last year to figure out what was going on and what was normal I loved this graphic memoir for its honesty, humor, and simple offering of firsthand experience.I ve seen plenty of reviews that encouraged women newly pregnant or with new babies to read this and that s true, it s impo...

  9. Kate ☀️ Olson says:

    This book blew me away Kid Gloves is an adult graphic format memoir of trying to conceive, pregnancy and childbirth, and Knisley doesn t hold back in writing and drawing about struggles, grief and ALL of th...

  10. vanessa says:

    Did I heave a nice loud sob at the end Oh man, I did Lucy Knisley has developed so much as an artist and storyteller I loved my time reading this I learned new things I smiled at quirky or silly faces her puking drawings lol I laughed out loud please tell meabout elephant gestation I nodded slowly reading about miscarriage stats and the maternal mortality crisis affecting the U.S and I cried because of what Knisley went through and the book s ending.If you like learning abo Did I heave a nice loud sob at the end Oh man, I did Lucy Knisley has developed so much as an artist and storyteller I loved my time reading this I learned new th...

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