Although these aren’t the best examples of this great series launched in 1964 by Penguin books, these are the only physical copies I own. It is the simplicity of the colour and the theatrical lettering rendered by Denise York which makes the series so eye-catching. There are many books which showcase the series along with countless other Penguin classics, but one which is especially rich giving you a full page cover on every page is the aptly named 700 Penguins. For a review of this then you see what Richard at Acejet has to say about it.


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