- Author:Phillida Gili
- Publisher:Boxer Books; Anniversary edition (September 28, 2006)
- Pages:32 pages
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
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Published September 1st 2006 by Boxer Books.
Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Published September 1st 2006 by Boxer Books. 1905417187 (ISBN13: 9781905417186).
Phillida Gili is a British children's book illustrator. Phillida Gili is the daughter of Reynolds Stone and Janet Woods. The lost ears (25th Anniversary e. He was a wood engraver, engraver, designer, typographer and painter; she was a photographer.
September 28, 2006, Boxer Books. Libraries near you: WorldCat. April 1, 1988, Hodder & Stoughton General Division.
ISBN 10: 1905417152 ISBN 13: 9781905417155. Publisher: Boxer Books Limited, 2006.
Ideal for book collectors or as a unique gift. Nothing ever happens to Harry, a tiny teddy bear living in his owner's pajama pocket, until he takes an unexpected voyage in the family washing machine, losing two of his most prized possessions. 0. Leave this field blank. Ideal for book collectors or as a unique gift.
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pages cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. The strongest impression that comes to mind on this 25th anniversary of the first Man-Kzin Wars book is Holy (beep!), it can’t be twenty-five years, can it!? We’re only up to volume XIV, after all, hmmm. Consequently, my thoughts on the origins of the first covers are a bit hazy (a good thing, as this will make these reminiscences mercifully brief), but such as they are, these are my impressions-.
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Derleth brought out dozens of excellent books-volumes of poetry, anthologies, novels, and story collections-which have never, I believe, been equaled in content or lasting impact by any other single publisher who has tried his hand more than occasionally with the literature of terror and the fantastic.