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Cul de Sac Golden Treasury: A Keepsake Garland of Classics by Richard Thompson PDF

By Richard Thompson

ISBN-10: 1449400418

ISBN-13: 9781449400415

The Cul de Sac Golden Treasury is a hilarious and lovely omnibus of cartoonist Richard Thompson's Cul de Sac comedian strips, bringing jointly strips from the 1st assortment, Cul de Sac, and the 2009 assortment, teenagers at Play.

A lighthearted examine the suburban lifetime of precocious preschooler Alice Otterloop, Cul de Sac is famous not just for its humor and intelligence, but additionally for Thompson's enjoyable, innovative watercolor art. Thompson's paintings has attracted the compliment of hugely acclaimed illustrators world wide, together with invoice Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes) and Mo Willems (Sheep within the large urban, Knuffle Bunny).

The Cul de Sac Golden Treasury can be a valued addition to the libraries of Cul de Sac fanatics and a wonderful advent for readers new to this hot, magnificent comedian strip.

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