HAPPY KITTY BUNNY PONY kind of fell short for me, though. I liked the cute animal pop art (I guess this is published by an art design publisher??) but the commentary was limited and read like it was being written by someone who thinks he's much funnier than he actually is. I was hoping for more of an actual (but funny) history about how cute become a must in commercial advertising, and how what was considered cute has changed over time.
"I liked the art" is basically the "she has a nice personality" equivalent for books like these, but I did like the art.
2.5 out of 5 stars