Nature Notes III - Peter BrookesLittle, Brown & Co., 2001, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Previous owners' gift inscription to the first blank.
From the cover: “Following the success of Nature Notes, the first two collections of his award-winning cartoons for The Times newspaper on Saturdays, Peter Brookes now presents a third selection of brilliantly executed drawings of the people and stories that make the headlines. Covering two years of New Labour government since 1999 including the landslide victory at the General Election in June 2001, Nature Notes III shows how the great and the good might look as small, feathered or furry, or large and pachyderm, with Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott as both an Unhappypotamus and a Rail — ‘a bird that travels nowhere, fast’ — William Hague as a MORI eel ‘on the rocks’ on the Blackpool shoreline at party conference time; Prime Minister ‘Tony’ Darwin’s Theory of Devolution (‘he denied he was attacking God’s work because, after all, he was God’).”
Size: 8½" x 10¾"
Number of Pages: 112