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10 November 2008

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tzveyah

awesome. i love most of what penguin does. my favorite project of theirs will probably always be the Penguin 60s collection. They are the perfect size to take a nice classic out with you on an overnight backpacking trip!

theduckthief

Thanks for this link. About a month ago I saw the new Sherlock Holmes covers and was trying to find them on Penguin's website.

I love the covers of the Classic Boys Adventure collection and if I had the money would buy the set.

Though I have to say Penguin's online customer service is severely lacking. I sent them an email asking about plans for any other covers they were planning on and they never emailed me back.

aquafortis

Oooh! I must say the Nick Hornby and Roald Dahl are awfully tempting.

emmaco

At least you're tempted by books. I had to be very firm with myself over the Pengion deckchairs (though I think I will have to get a mug. Mugs are always needed, right?)

Leila

Those are AWESOME.

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