That's Not Logic! The eBook!: Critical Thinking in Cartoon Form, Eric Hedman. El Segundo California: self published, 2011. 1 pg., ebook.
Eric Hedman does quite well with his second subtitle-- which is "Rudimentary Fallacies Illustrated"-- with this e-book. That's Not Logic! The eBook! uses cartoons of a stick man named Jerry (who is wearing a bow tie), other stick people called collectively Dudes, Leonard the Lizardman, and a Disk to illustrate forty two common fallacies that people use to argue their points. The cartoons are enjoyable, the captions are witty, and I understood each of the forty two fallacies. The Lizardman was adorable. The "1 pg." is misleading. I've noticed that all comics and cartoons on my e-book are greatly reduced in pages in comparison to the same books in print. No material is left out as far as I can tell and I have no explanation for why that is. At any rate, the "1 pg." should not stop you from buying this e-book. Not only is it cute and easy to understand, but it is a good way to teach logic to teens. And it does not insult any particular group or organization in illustrating each fallacy.
sapphoq review says: Leonard the Lizardman rocks and so does the Disk. A definite winner.