Inangaro: a Polynesian folktale of love lost. [And:] Inangaro: the legend of the coconut. M. Charlotte Johnson.
Inangaro: a Polynesian folktale of love lost. [And:] Inangaro: the legend of the coconut

Inangaro: a Polynesian folktale of love lost. [And:] Inangaro: the legend of the coconut

Columbus: Logan Elm Press, 1987. Edition limited to 70 copies, folio clamshell box designed by Greg Campbell and constructed at the Campbell-Logan Bindery, using Flax, Abaca, and Coir fiber paper made at the Logan Elm Press, and with an inset on the front of a coconut monkey head. The box contains four different versions of this Polynesian folktale by four different designers/printers (Rod Johnson, Ruth Leonard, Richard Brunell and Robert Tauber); and illustrated by four different artists (Eric May, David Macaulay, Sidney Chafetz and Margret Prentice). Each volume is is signed by the printer and the illustrator, and the first is also signed by M. Charlotte Johnson. The volume size ranges from a small square16mo (6") to a small folio (12"). Item #50644

Price: $850.00

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