Lady Cottingtons Pressed Fairy Book



The RSPCF Would Also Like To Point Out That, After One Or Two Unfortunate Casualties In The Early Stages, All The Fairies Presented In These Pages Had Discovered A Way Of Leaving Their Psychic Imprint Without Suffering Any Physical Harm Themselves In Fact, The Whole Process Became Recognized As A Fairy Sporting Activity And Qualified For A Gooseberry Medal At The Millennial Fairy Olympics In 1921 A Definite Must Book For Any Fairy LoverLady Cottingtons Pressed Fairy Book

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  • Hardcover
  • 60 pages
  • Lady Cottingtons Pressed Fairy Book
  • Terry Jones
  • English
  • 02 February 2018
  • 0760711070

10 thoughts on “Lady Cottingtons Pressed Fairy Book

  1. says:

    Based on the series of turn of the century photos of the supposed Cottingley Fairies , Lady Cottington s Pressed Fairy Book is definitely not a children s book, but rather a morbid fantasy told through journal entries about a horrid imp of a girl who makes a hobby of crushing fairies in between the pages of her dairy Designed to resemble a reproduction of the awful little girl s actual journal, the book comes with dozens of wonderful drawings courtesy of Brian Froud, the man behind the creatur Based on the series of turn of the century photos of the supposed Cottingley Fairies , Lady Cottington s Pressed Fairy Book is definitely not a children s book, but rather a morbid fantasy told through journal entries about a horrid imp of a girl who makes a hobby of crushing fairies in between the pages of her dairy Designed to resemble a reproduction of the awful little girl s actual journal, the book comes with dozens of wonderful drawings courtes...

  2. says:

    Just read this again because I accidentally ordered it when I meant to order the sequel, Lady Cottington s Fairy Album Cux those titles aren t really similar or anything

  3. says:

    Confusingly, the Dutch title, translated back into English, is Lady Cottington s Fairy Album , which happens to be the title of the second instalment of Angelica Cottington s adventures with fairies, published only in 2002.This, however, is a translation of the first book, with text by Terry Jones and artwork by Brian Froud.Although I am a fan of Terry Jones s work, I didn t like this book as much as I did the second It is funny, but the squashing of fairies got a bit old and the book ended ra Confusingly, the Dutch title, translated back into English, is Lady Cottington s Fairy Album , which happens to be the title of the second instalment of Angelica Cottington s adventures with fairies, published only in 2002.This, however, is a translation of the first book, with text by Terry Jones and artwork by Brian Froud.Although I am a fan of Terry Jones s work, I didn t like this book as much as I did the second It is funny, but the squashing of fairies got a bit old and the book ended rather abruptly In Lady Cottington s Fairy Album, Brian Froud managed to add some real depth and poignancy to the story Plus there were photographs An amusing quote Ah Je borsten zijn witter dan een blanco cheque which no doubt reads as Ah Your breasts are whiter than a blank cheque in the original.What s also amusing is that the library has catalogued this under ...

  4. says:

    Personally, I love Terry Jones s strange yet very creative story and Brian Froud s magical artwork in this book Terry Jones has always been one of my favorites in the Python gang of movies and the old BBC shows of Monty Python the Flying Circus and Froud s gorgeous watercolor artwork is enchanting even if the fairies all met an untimely squashing by a naughty little girl Lady Cottington s Pressed Fairy Book is full of the former Python s...

  5. says:

    Lady Cottington s journal is a coming of age story equipped with squished and squashed faires, pixes, and goblins Angelica Cottington has the ability to see fae folk, but of course no one believes her She grows and gets into some pretty hilarious romantic situations..which she blames on the fairies I ve loved Brian Froud since labyrinth 5th grade The journal entries are so darn believable that I was sure it was at least loosely based on some fairy sightings I wasn t able to find anything Lady Cottington s journal is a coming of age story equipped with squished and sq...

  6. says:

    Found a copy of the first edition today, yes Finally after years of owning the pocket edition of this excellent book What a beauty.

  7. says:

    Skamperdans never wears her drawers And that s why she s always stealing yours And stockings too.

  8. says:

    While I very much enjoyed the art work the story was less to be desired It started out rather fun but made an awful turn for the worse Very unfortunate Had such potential.

  9. says:

    What did I think I don t know I m very conflicted

  10. says:

    The story is typical Monty Python lots of sexual innuendo, double entendre, and some not so subtle crudity.What this book is all about is the incredible artwork, which shows a host of faeries, goblins, elves, and others All crushed brutally, gorily, hysterically between the pages of a book by a Victorian girl You get funny faces, nudity, gushes of bodily fluid, and outrageous poses It s as if you drove a car at high speed through Fairy Land, and photographed the remains on your front win The story is typical Monty Python lots of sexual innuendo, double entendre, and some not so subtle crudity.What...

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