Dilbert Teamwork Means You Can't Pick The Side That's RightMidwest Book Review: Dilbert- Teamwork Means You Can't Pick The Side That's Right

Any lending library collection strong in Dilbert books will relish the latest Scott Adams collection, TEAMWORK MEANS YOU CAN'T PICK THE SIDE THAT'S RIGHT (9781449410186, $12.99). It's another fine Dilbert gathering that creates a book from full-page color panels of published strips, and provides a zany set of experiences of an employee who lacks inspiration but works in a cubicle world that revolves round the concept of teamwork. Its dysfunctional presence and warped viewpoints are celebrated in a hilarious collection especially appealing to business holdings.

Dilbert Teamwork Means You Can't Pick The Side That's Right
Andrews McMeel Publishing
1130 Walnut Street
Kansas City MO 64106-2109
www.andrewsmcmeel.com

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