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Pick Me Upby Philip Wilkinson and David Roberts and Jeremy Leslie
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The zany world of The New York Times best selling Pick Me Up comes to you in a fabulous paperback edition. This is no run-of-the-mill reference book.
Graphic novels, blog sites, comic strips, and more present information on everything you can think of. All entries are cross-referenced to others, keeping readers engaged for hours. You won't be able to put it down!
About the Author
Philip Wilkinson has more than 50 titles to his credit in the fields of history, religion, mythology, and the arts, including DK’s Illustrated Dictionaries of Religion and Mythology, Eyewitness Companion: Mythology and A Celebration of Customs and Rituals of the World, which was endorsed by the United Nations.
Jeremy cooked fries at McDonald’s, manned an ice cream stall and watched over a Lucozade bottling machine before studying graphic design at the London College of Communication. On graduating, he ran his own design studio working for publications including Blitz magazine and the Guardian, and creating posters for arts organizations such as the ICA and The Young Vic. He is the author of five books about graphic design and writes regularly for the design press. Jeremy lives in London with his wife and two sons, both of whom will love Pick Me Up. They will.
David Roberts is Group Editor at John Brown Citrus Publishing. Before becoming Group Editor at John Brown Citrus Publishing, where he works across a range of launches and magazine titles for clients such as Virgin and Orange, David worked for a wide variety of consumer titles from the FT magazine (deputy editor) to Radio Times (commissioning editor). David has also written features for the likes of Q magazine, GQ, Esquire and the Times Magazine.
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