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Autographed Alphabet Art Book - An Illustrated Alphabet for the Illiterate

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The letters of the alphabet taken as inspiration for crazy little stories, aphorisms, jokes, poems and quotations.

The starting point for this book was my drawing 'The Alphabet'. One half of the book was written by my (then) sixteen-years-old daughter Elizabeth, the other half by me! A facsimile reproduction of my drawing 'The Alphabet' is available in this shop for $ 30. Please find it listed under 'Facsimile Reproductions'.

This is not a book for little children, but rather for wayward teenagers and adults!
Softcover book; 64 pages; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (14 x 23 1/2 cm); signed by both authors. On request I will happily add a personal note.
Published by The Porcupine's Quill, Erin, Ontario.

'...This book won't teach you how to lose weight, make a million dollars, or become a better person, it won't even teach you how to spell correctly. The authors of the book don't make any claims or promises, and in failing to do so, are able to offer a book that reminds its readers of writing's most important purpose: to entertain.'- Philippa Snowcroft, lucidforge # 30 (2006).

'Some books you want to hug to your heart. An Illustrated Alphabet for the Illiterate is one to share with a friend and other book lovers.' Paula Gustafson, galleries West Vol.5 No.3 (2006).

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Autographed Alphabet Art Book - An Illustrated Alphabet for the Illiterate


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, thread, printing ink
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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