Griffin and Sabine An Extraordinary Correspondence written and illustrated by Nick Bantock. Copyright 1991, this particular copy is the third printing, and published by Cronicle Books, San Francisco, California.
The best description of this book is written on the inside flap of its cover which says, "Griffin: It's good to get in touch with you at last. Could I have one of your fish postcards? I think you were right--the wine glass has more impact than the cup. [signed] Sabine.
"But Griffin had never met a woman named Sabine. How did she know him? How did she know his artwork? Who is she?"
"Thus begins the strange and intriguing correspondence of Griffin and Sabine. It is a story that is partly a romance, partly a mystery, and completely a work of art. Each page contains a new card or letter, rich with lush colors, brilliant drawing, and wildly imaginative creatures and landscapes. And, in this multi-media novel, each letter must be pulled from its own envelope, giving the reader that delightful forbidden sensation of reading someone else's mail. The complete correspondence tells an extraordinary story in an extraordinary way."
The book truly is unique and its artwork is unique as well. Visit the Griffin and Sabine website: Griffin and Sabine and read more about Nick Bantock's international best-seller.
Thelwell Horse Box: Angels on Horseback / Thelwell Country / A Leg at Each Corner / Thelwell's Riding Academy by Norman Thelwell. This is a set of 1971 paperbacks published by E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. His first book, a collection of his cartoons, Angels on Horseback, was published in 1957.
"The Anna Meagan Aggie Cinderella Story" written by Cindy King Boettcher, illustrated by Tammie L. Bissett published by Quebecor Printing-Kingsport, 2nd printing November 1996. Autographed by author.
"Texas Night Before Christmas" written and illustrated by James Rice. Published by Pelican Publishing, Gretna, copyright 1999. This ed. 1986, 8th printing, October 1999.
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