Published: September 17, 2018.
Fiction » Fantasy » General
Arizzo is the genius of Arezzo whose inventions delight the people of Arezzo. But his greatest invention brings calamity in its wake. Can Arizzo save the day with yet another invention, or will he make matters worse?
Arizzo of Arezzo is a story for the young and the young at heart. It’s a silly romp through an imaginary world with outcomes and consequences not unlike those found in our own.
Description: What Is It Series
The What Is It Series of Books is a compilation of over a thousand drawings by Sebastian De Angelis. The drawings are interesting, fascinating and sometimes humorous. They’re in black & white and are available in paperback. The whole family should enjoy hours of viewing these detailed drawings. De Angelis' unique, unusual style will leave you wondering What Is It?
Mostly Mice is a book in comic book format. It consists of a series of illustrations depicting mice engaged in various activities. There are two sections. The first section shows fictional mice from various periods of history and the second section shows characters playing various musical instruments. The captions accompanying each illustration include word play such as puns and alliteration.
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Church folk often take ourselves too seriously. Jim’s warm-hearted, but edgy, cartoons help us to see the funny side of church life. No one is spared – clergy, organists, parishioners – all get a gentle prod. Good, thought-filled fun, well balanced between the trite and the bite of cartooning humour.
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