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Pity poor Humpty Dumpty. He’s had a great fall, but…”He’s in an H.M.O. Get some of the King’s horses and a few of the King’s men.” Witty and irreverent, these cartoons from The New Yorker take a hilarious second look at our most beloved childhood stories and rhymes. More than 80 selections by such legendary artists as George Booth, Leo Cullum, George Price, and Jack Ziegler–including several cartoons never before published–are accompanied by the original nursery rhymes. The introduction by editor Bobbye S. Goldstein provides a brief overview of the history of cartoons.
Publisher: HARRY N. ABRAMS
Subtitle: WITH CARTOONS FROM THE NEW YORKER
Author: BOBBYE S. GOLDSTEIN