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Animals on the Underground Desk Jotter

ANIMALS ON THE UNDERGROUND DESK JOTTER

Elephants never forget! The Animals on the Underground Jotter features Elephant & Castle who was the very first animal discovered by Paul Middlewick in 1988. This jotter is perfect for home or office and has 50 tear off sheets. There is space to write notes, telephone numbers or what you have to do.

Category:
Stationery

Paperback:
50 pages
Paperback:
£8.99
Size:
184x228 mm
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ISBN:
9780711235878
Pub. Date:
7th August 2014

Elephants never forget! The Animals on the Underground Jotter features Elephant & Castle who was the very first animal discovered by Paul Middlewick in 1988. This jotter is perfect for home or office and has 50 tear off sheets. There is space to write notes, telephone numbers or what you have to do.

The London Underground Map is an iconic design but when most people look at the 'tube' map, all they see is a pattern of colourful lines that help get them from A to B.

But, in fact, hidden within the map, there is a world of animals - the Animals on the Underground. 

The Animals were discovered by Paul Middlewick in 1988. They are created using the tube lines, stations and junctions of the world famous London Underground map. Paul found the original animal, the elephant, while he was staring at the tube map during his daily journey home from work. Since then, Elephant & Castle, as the elephant is called, has been joined by many others from bats to bottlenose whales. 

Imprint:
Frances Lincoln
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