FoxTrot is one of the most loved strips to ever hit the funny pages. Now in its thirteenth year, the strip is at its zenith of popularity. FoxTrot continues to be a perennial favorite in comic polls nationwide, and it appears in more than 1,000 newspapers. Nearly 1.8 million copies of its 21 book collections are now in print. And an amazing number of Internet surfers hit the FoxTrot Web site each month, totalling a whopping one-million-plus hits. Creator Bill Amend's latest FoxTrot collection, Nerds of the Rings, is sure to add to the strip's great legacy. This book follows the latest humorous and humbling perils of teenagers Peter and Paige and their imaginative little brother, Jason, as they amusingly balance the pressures of the modern world with the daily complexities and clashes of family life. Parents Roger and Andy round out the Fox family five and try to referee the sibling squabbling that never quite fully subsides. Long-time fans as well as those discovering the strip for the first time in Nerds of the Rings will gain a full appreciation for why readers have been raving about the strip for years. FoxTrot continues to inspire laughs and generate instant identification with the humorous side of family trials and tribulations like no other comic strip in America.