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by Mike Clarke

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  • ISBN 1931741468
  • ISBN13 978-1931741460
  • Language English
  • Author Mike Clarke
  • Publisher Robert Reed Publishers; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages 120
  • Formats lrf rtf azw lrf
  • Category Humour
  • Subcategory Humor
  • Size ePub 1141 kb
  • Size Fb2 1636 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 623

This collection of clever cartoons will change the way you look at a cup of coffee. Smart aleck lattes, medieval bagel comedians, roughneck muffin gangs, and caffeine-inspired takeoffs on the masterpieces of famous artists are all part of Clarke's wacky world of coffee-based humor. Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers everywhere, and anyone else who can't live without their coffee. So order that triple shot latte, retire to the nearest empty table, and immerse yourself in a comic world gone totally awry. Once you have looked at Clarke's cartoons, you'll see lattes, mochas, muffins, bagels, and scones in an entirely different light.

Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers e This collection of clever cartoons will change the way you look at a cup of coffee.

Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers e This collection of clever cartoons will change the way you look at a cup of coffee. Smart aleck lattes, medieval bagel comedians, roughneck muffin gangs, and caffeine-inspired takeoffs on the masterpieces of famous artists are all part of Clarke's wacky world of coffee-based humor. Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers everywhere, and anyone else who can't live without their coffee.

Author of "The Patience of a Dead Man" trilogy. When can we expect Patience of a Dead Man Book Three? I can’t wait to finish the trilogy. 21 December at 08:47. Goddammit Mike!! I NEED book 3 NOW!!! Mike Clark.

Drummerworld Page for Mike Clark. His book Funk Drumming: Innovative Grooves & Advanced Concepts was published in 2012 by Hal Leonard. As a bandleader, all of Mike’s work has been critically acclaimed. Mike has performed with such well-known jazz greats as Herbie Hancock, Christian McBride, Chet Baker, John Scofield, Nicholas Payton, Tony Bennett, Wayne Shorter, Joe Henderson, Eddie Henderson, Bobby Hutcherson, Vince Guaraldi, Woody Shaw, Donald Harrison, Albert King, Larry Coryell, Mike Wolff, Wallace Roney, Billy Childs, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Chris Potter, Bobby McFerrin, Nat Adderly, Oscar Brown J. and Gil Evans and his. Orchestra.

Mike Clarke's Thanks-a-Latte cartoon book is a must for the coffee table of latte drinkers everywhere, and anyone else who can't live without their coffee. Once you have looked at Clarke's cartoons, you'll see lattes, mochas, muffins, bagels, and scones in an entirely different light. Robert Reed Publishers.

Thanks A Latte is an episode of Cartoon Network Shorties. When Droopy gives a wolf a latte, he wants a tip. But, the wolf is just too cheap. So, Droopy proceeds to disguise himself or appear in every place the wolf goes. See: Cartoon Network Shorties - Thanks A Latte Episode Transcript. Thanks A Latte (TV Short 1999). Internet Movie Database. Categories: Episodes of Cartoon Network Shorties. Boomerang Promos and Commercials.

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Great book from Michael Clarke. Michael clearly hadn't done his homework, and the book has less highlights than his hair. His autobiography confirms to the reader his relentless work ethic and his positivity towards the game of cricket. Very few captains moved the game as much as Michael and it was always entertaining to see his field settings for batsmen. I was fortunate to watch Michael in live his debut test and one of his last few games and am very grateful for the experience. One person found this helpful. Overall: would not recommend tot he boys.