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Far Out Isn't Far Enough

by Ungerer, Tomi

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ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780413556301 / 0413556301
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Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
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From the d.j.: "In the early 1970's Tomi Ungerer, the artist and children's storyteller, moved with his wife Yvonne to a farmstead on the wild Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia. For several years he lived there a life of self-sufficiency, painting, writing, sculpting; and also learning, with Yvonne, to be a farmer, a herdsman and, where necessary, a butcher. This is a record, in vivid words and enchanting pictures, of the years they spent there; observing the wild animals, their own domestic flock and the lives of their dour, hardy neighbors in the small town of Gulf Harbor. The result is an extraordinary record and a revelation."
Illustrated with dozens of b/w and colour drawings and paintings.
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The Sailor's Alphabet
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The Sailor's Alphabet

by Unknown

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Hardcover
ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780395841679 / 0395841674
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Illustrated in colour by Michael McCurdy. The text is one of many variations of a forecastle chantey created about 1837 by an unknown sailor and named after the bow section of the ship where sailors sometimes bunked or relaxed. Illustrated with scratch-board drawings by American artist Michael McCurdy.
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Frog He Would A Wooing Go

by Unknown

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1st edition thus in original glassine wrapper
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From the Foreword: "H.L. Stephens was a very good illustrator who has been accorded faint praise by the critics. The reason is largely the result of the poor reproductions in which his work appeared. That is why this edition of "A Frog He Would A-Wooing Go" uses the original drawings by Stephens, which are at the moment in private hands at Harvard University, rather than the reproductive lithographs of 1865 which were made from them. The difference is striking: for these drawings can compare with the work of Stephens' far more celebrated contemporary John Tenniel."
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Histoire de la Guerre du Peloponese de Thucydide - traduction nouvelle: Avec une introduction et des notes par E-A. Betant

by Unknown

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Scarce. 1st French Edition in hardcover. Front hinge weak.
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Off to the Sweet Shores of Africa
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Off to the Sweet Shores of Africa: and Other Talking Drum Rhymes

by Unobagha, Uzo

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ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780811823784 / 0811823784
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From the d.j.: In the spirit of Mother Goose, this book is a colorful collection of original, African-inspired nursery rhymes. As in classic nursery rhymes, the verses are inhabited by charming characters, including Ola Pangolin, a giraffe named Wobbly Obi, the Queen of the Fish, Pineapple Girl and Coconut Boy--who impart simple wisdom or evoke a spirit of pure silliness, making this collection not only distinctively African, but wonderfully universal. Exquisitely detailed illustrations by Julia Cairns.
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The Boy Who Loved Batman : A Memoir
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The Boy Who Loved Batman : A Memoir

by Uslan, Michael

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ISBN 10 / ISBN 13
9780811875509 / 0811875504
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From the d.j. flap: "Growing up in New jersey in the 1950's, Batman-obsessed Michael Uslan had to come to terms with the disappointing truth that he was not a superstar. He didn't meet any of the criteria. He wasn't orphaned at a young age, He didn't possess an armory full of Batarangs, a loyal butler, or a sports car that doubled as a tank. He would never become a crime-fighting vigilante. But even without the dark past and high-tech gadgetry, Uslan accomplished something even better: He transformed a super-human passion for comic books into the career of a lifetime.
"The Boy who Loved Batman" is a coming of age story of a kid from New Jersey who used his childhood love of comics to help create the Batman franchise that we know and love today. Along the way he shares his many entertaining adventures, from teaching the first accredited college course on comics in 1972 to his days as a "Junior Woodchuck" at DC Comics and the ten years he spent fighting to get Batman produced."
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