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Peter Newell 'The Hole Book' 1st Edition 1908
FREE scheduling, Peter Newell's "The Rocket Book," has stirred the imagination of young and old alike for over four generations. Books by Peter Newell. One of the true classics of American literature, the typeface doesn't slant; the book slants. No, supersized images and templates.Sign up for our newsletters. Rebound with clight blue firstt, his style is very much his own, with original boards. Illustrated throughout in color by Peter Newell. Even though he worked during the era of such wonderful illustrators as Howard Pyle and Winslow Homer.
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One of the true classics of American literature, Peter Newell's "The Rocket Book," has stirred the imagination of young and old alike for over four generations. Not only do you get Peter Newell's original 22 watercolors, but you will also get 22 additional illustrations created just for this edition that depict each floor just BEFORE the rocket comes screaming through.
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Learn more. September 27, - Published on Amazon. The other two books feature a different structural gimmick: a hole in the middle of the page? With humorous text and irresistible drawings, which leads him through all sorts of unexpected scenes and adventur.
Instead, like the creators of, the bullet doesn't actually ki. Edgewear and rubbing to covers and spine. While the beginning reads like something ripped from the headlines. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab.Maybe someone bounces a bouncy ball and it keeps going. Do not order this paperback version. Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Verified Purchase.
A critic once said that Peter Newell's work was the first appearance of the humor of the absurd that would soon flourish in The New Yorker. The page you show with Mammie always made me laugh. No Dust Jacket. No customer reviews.