From the press release for the book: "In this unique career retrospective, Rogers, who began cartooning at the Pittsburgh Press in 1984, includes a chapter for every White House he has had the pleasure of drawing. In chapter 24, 'The Ears Have It: How To Draw George W. Bush Without Ending Up In Guantanamo,' Rogers outlines the evolution of Bush’s ears.
"Rogers describes the difficulty of balancing serious hard-hitting commentary with something that will make the reader laugh. 'Hockey player meets rodeo clown,' he writes in the introduction, 'that’s how I would best describe the job I do. Some days I am checking politicians against the boards hard enough to make them organ donors. Other days it’s my job to step into an otherwise tragic environment wearing baggy pants, a red nose and giant clown shoes.'
"No Cartoon Left Behind is not just another political cartoon collection. Rogers has created a unique history primer of the post-Cold War period as told through political cartoons. At the same time, he has managed to create a memoir, sharing his early childhood drawings and giving the reader a rare look into his creative process by answering the frequently asked question: Where do you get your ideas?"
"No Cartoon Left Behind! The Best of Rob Rogers" is available at http://www.robrogers.com/book/html/book.html