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Just Kids

Brian Platt

Publisher: Accent Press

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Perfect for golfers everywhere! These cartoons are are the original work of talented cartoonist, Brian Platt, author of the best-selling book How to Draw Cartoons. The humour is fun, international and certain to help people see the funny side of everyday life.

 
Now available in paperback and ebook formats.

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