New York Review of Books, Hardcover, 9781590173695, 1pp.
Publication Date: November 16, 2010
Supposing I read a book about how to change into animals and said a spell and changed myself into a cat and when I climbed on the book to change myself back I found I couldn t read. . .
Supposing I had a twin brother but we never told anyone and only went to school half the time each. . .
Supposing a very beautiful lady fell in love with me and wanted me to marry her but I just yawned and said Maybe . . .
Bob Gill is the coauthor of the acclaimed "Pro Football Encyclopedia". He is an editor at "The Capital" in Annapolis, Maryland.
“Alastair Reid is a word magician.” –Bill Buford
"A 1960 text from Reid is paired to all-new illustrations from Gill that realize one child's beguiling hypotheses....And so it goes, supposition after childlike supposition, against scribbly, mostly black-and-white drawings with just a few strategic touches of color....As fascination with cause and effect is a classic phase of childhood, this book would seem to have a natural place in both bedrooms and classrooms..."--Kirkus Reviews
"There's an understated but fitting whimsy in Gill's artwork." --Publishers Weekly