The Exciting World of Churchgoing Paperback
A Dave Walker Guide
by Dave Walker;
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The Exciting World of Churchgoing
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The Exciting World of Churchgoing by Dave Walker was published by Canterbury Press in August 2010 and is our 9989th best seller. The ISBN for The Exciting World of Churchgoing is 9781848250291.
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Reviewed by Johnny Douglasvia The Good Book Stall
Comedic gets visual engages Churchianity! This is Dave Walkers third book of cartoons where the church gets critiqued by mind, spirit and line cartoons. Walker’s not for letting up on the endless variations of life and possibility that birth from local parish pews to you and I. Dave's visual style is wonderfully simple - with outline drawings of pastors, people and pews abounding! This third publication clusters together Walkers disparate offerings from website, Church Times regulars and many other locations. His handiwork has brightened many a dull publication and long may it continue. There is insight, genius and subtlety abounding in this slim attractive volume. Utterly distinctive!
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Details for The Exciting World of Churchgoing
|Page last updated||18th March 2012|
|Author / Artist||Dave Walker|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (August 2010)|
|Number of Pages||96|