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Launch of The Bumper Book of Look and Learn

Posted in Art, Literature on Thursday, 6 September 2007

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Robin Hood (picture, illustration, art, image, original artwork: James E McConnell)

The Bumper Book of Look and Learn is published today. Although we say it ourselves, the book is quite fabulous. Please support Look and Learn by ordering a copy.

4 comments on “Launch of The Bumper Book of Look and Learn”

  1. 1. Scott says:

    Just recieved the book from Amazon – it’s big!

    It’s also fantastic, a great way to lose yourself for hours in nostalgia, memories, facts and great artwork. Now I know what to get all my you relatives and friends this Christmas.

  2. 2. Cultureboy says:

    It’s fantastic… takes me right back but, more importantly, it is a potent symbol of the insatiable thirst for knowledge that ‘Look and Learn’ sparked in me, in the halcyon days of 1969.

    It instructed, taught and inspired in a way that no teacher or lecturer ever could… and I bought every issue from that day until its sad demise, in 1982, when I was 20.

    Chief interests for me are science and history – but there is so much for anyone with even the slightest interest in the world we live in – and beyond!

    MORE!!!

  3. 3. briansibley says:

    BRAVO! Volume II will be eagerly awaited!!

  4. 4. JK_Pilsworth says:

    I have just purchased a copy of the Bumper Book, ostensibly for my 14 year old son’s birthday, but I think it really was for me! I remember being quite upset when the magazine went out of publication.

    I think I shall add a subscription to my Christmas present list. You never know what Father Christmas might bring …

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