Item description for Thanks-a-latte by Mike Clarke...
Not for the Serious Coffee Drinker!
This collection of clever cartoons will change the way you look at a cup of coffee. Smart aleck lattes, medieval bagel comedians, roughneck muffin gangs, and caffeine-inspired takeoffs on the masterpieces of famous artists are all part of Clarke's wacky world of coffee-based humor. Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers everywhere, and anyone else who can't live without their coffee.
So order that triple shot latte, retire to the nearest empty table, and immerse yourself in a comic world gone totally awry. Once you have looked at Clarke's cartoons, you'll see lattes, mochas, muffins, bagels, and scones in an entirely different light.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Publisher Robert D. Reed Publishers
ISBN 1931741468 ISBN13 9781931741460
Availability 100 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 05:36.
Usually ships within one to two business days from La Vergne, TN.
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More About Mike Clarke
Mike Clarke is Specialist Registrar, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and Advanced Pain Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK.
Reviews - What do customers think about Thanks-a-latte?
Fun Filled Entertainment Sep 6, 2006
Words alone cannot describe this laugh a minute experience. The book is a collection of cartoons and caricatures centered on the theme of lattes and scones. From "bear claws" with "lattes" to "latte IV's" Mike Clarke's droll humor and play on words had me laughing out loud, chuckling, smiling, and guffawing.
From Medieval days to internet cafes Clark does spin offs on famous artists, history, philosophy, fairy tales, and Bible stories. His artwork is imaginative and wild. His characters are outlandish and uproarious. His side splitting quips are corny and clever.
This is fun entertainment for the family, your friends, the kids, and the grandparents. "Thanks-A-Latte" sets the pace for a fun filled evening of entertainment worthy of an encore.