More Fred - Rupert Fawcett Reviews
Description:ISBN 1873922019 / Paperback: 64 pages / Publisher: Statics / Published: 15 Sep 1991
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by - written on 21/12/12 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Most people are probably familiar with the Fred cartoons from the popular series of greetings card. More Fred (the cunningly titled sequel to Fred) gathers together a selection of the Fred cartoons and puts them together in one book. The cartoons centre around the antics of Fred - a balding middle aged man - his wife and their friends. Each cartoon consists of a single black and white drawing with a caption underneath commenting on what is happening in the picture. Sometimes these are silly, sometimes surreal, sometimes downright odd. In the world of Fred, you are never quite sure what is going to be lurking on the next page. The Fred cards have ... Read the complete review
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