1983. First edition. A good copy.
1989. First edition. A trade paperback copy in very good condition.
|Author:||ALLAN LANGOULANT AND DAVID TURTON AND NORMAN JORGENSEN|
1993. First edition. A near fine, unmarked copy that has been inscribed, dated and SIGNED by Allan Langoulant to the title page.
Normans never feel fear-but they do believe that terror literally gives one wings, enabling a person to fly. Now they're planning to test their theory on Vitalstatistix's cowardly nephew Jusforkix by pushing him right off the edge of a cliff.
1979. First paperback edition. A very good copy.
Get ready to smile and giggle your way through Aussie Jokes - a laugh-out-loud joke book complied by Tara Wyllie. With page after page of hilarious and cheeky jokes, you're bound to be the life of any party. Great for speeches, ice breakers at parties, weddings, get-togethers and just a really good la... read more
Folio Society, 2003. An immaculate copy that appears unread and presents as new in a near fine slipcase.
1987. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy.
Currey O'Neil, 1982. First edition. A very good copy in blue boards with light rubbing to the spine ends and a gift inscription to the front free endpaper - otherwise a nice clean copy. The d/w is also very good with only light sunfading to the spine.
Black Dog and Leventhal, 2007. A fine, unmarked copy in a fine, unclipped d/w.
1916. Third impression. A good copy in lightly worn card boards with a slight tear to the top of the spine. The edges and endpapers are age tanned and there is some spotting to the prelims. The contents are generally clean and the binding is very good.
Frank Johnson, 1945. A good copy of this very scarce cartoon collection. The pages and wraps are uniformly age tanned. The wraps are rubbed to the stapled spine and the rear wrap is worn and has some insect damage. The contents are unmarked and undamaged. For it's age and... read more
'Unquestionably the king of comic writing . . . Calypso is both funnier and more heartbreaking than pretty much anything out there' Hadley Freeman, Guardian
If you've ever laughed your way through David Sedaris's cheerfully misanthropic stories, you might think yo... read more