Calvin And Hobbes Volume 1 `A': The Calvin & Hobbes Series: Thereby Hangs a Tail: Thereby Hangs a Tale Vol 1 Mass Market Paperback – 23 Apr 1992
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Bill Watterson won the 1986 Reuben Award as Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year, nominated by the National Cartoonist's Society.
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This item is a small paper back book containing some of the first comic strips. It's small enough to travel with and is a great introduction to someone who is unaware of Calvin and Hobbes - I bought for my other half for this reason, along with volume two and three. He loves it! :)
These little books are adorable, and a must for completing the collection!
So got her this for Christmas, and she loves it. She never realised how funny a book could be.
They always made me laugh and now a new generation are finding them funny and laughing too.
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Bought this for my nine year old son. He loves it. And I love re-reading Calvin and Hobbes too. A must!Published 2 months ago by amanda cowley
Calvin and Hobbes are a modern classic, such a range of wit and humour, with realistic observations of how kids think. Love them!Published 9 months ago by Rod Dalitz
My 9 year old daughter is mildly obsessed by C&H!! great little book, arrived on time good condition. On almost constant rotation with her other C&H booksPublished on 21 Feb. 2014 by Mr Alistair W McCord