Giles

Giles
Author : Giles
Publisher : Hamlyn
Total Pages : 160
Release : 2009
ISBN 10 : 0600620468
ISBN 13 : 9780600620464
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Giles Book Description:

Giles has long been recognised as one of the most unique and talented satirists of the post-war years. With over 15,000 of his cartoons in the Express archives, Giles: The Collection 2010 brings together 150 of his most humorous and perceptive illustrations in a brand new annual that is guaranteed to leave his loyal readers laughing and reminiscing for hours. Spanning a number of decades and subjects including family life, transport, the Law and holidays, this time-tested tome is a must for every Giles fan.


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