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In the format of an 1888 scrapbook, the immortal ballad of Ernest Thayer finds new life in Christopher Bing's innovative treatment. Pen-and-ink scratchboard “engravings” in late nineteenth-century style seamlessly blend memorabilia and trompe l'oeil re-creations in an homage to the great American pastime.
Farm-smart cows recycle a piece of outdated technology, a manual typewriter, to improve barnyard conditions. Lewin's illustrations help tell this tongue-in-cheek story about bovine agitators locking horns with Farmer Brown in a battle of will and wit that results in a comically satisfying conclusion.
Olivia, an inquisitive, creative, confident young piglet, is “very good at wearing people out.” With the touch of a minimalist, Falconer has created an exuberant character using deft black lines, delicate charcoal shading, generous white space, and spots of brilliant red.