Tuesday

By: WIESNER, David

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New York: Clarion Office, 1991. Publishers original pale green board with embossed title on front cover, gilt lettering to black cloth quarter binding spine. Dustwrapper: unclipped, does NOT have Caldecott Medal sticker on front cover, now protected in Brodart. Pale yellow endpapers, no inscriptions. 30pp. unpaginated, profusely illustrated with magnificent colour drawing of the author. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. The author proves once again that there are no limits to his good-humoured inventiveness. TUESDAY is a visual burlesque of the improbable, with antecedents in animated cartoons, silent movies, and superhero comic books of the 1960s. Its purpose is to entertain, which it does with a resonance that invites the reader to stretch his or her own powers of imagination. TUESDAY - The events recorded here are verified by an undisclosed source to have happened somewhere, U.S.A., on Tuesday. All those in doubt are reminded that there is always another TUESDAY.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fine/Very Good/Fine. 4t Oblong.

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