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The daily misadventures of mischievous Belgian youngster Albert, as recounted in comic strip form by legendary "ligne claire" cartoonist Yves Chaland. PUBLICATION IN 1 VOLUME - COMPLETED WORK The art of Yves Chaland ("Chaland Anthology - Freddy Lombard Vol. 1 & 2") tackles many different universes and genres. In the case of "Young Albert," the author sarcastically explores intimate, everyday events in a largely autobiographical way. Mastering both art and writing skills in his short time on earth, Yves Chaland, is remembered as a genius who tragically left us to soon, but who thankfully gifted us a body of work that lives on as a major contributions to the world of comics.
When he was born, Albert was a peculiar, fat baby with an unusually big and misshaped head. When he was older, he hit his sister, bothered his teachers, and didn’t have many friends. But in the midst of all of this, Albert was fascinated with solving puzzles and fixing scientific problems. The ideas Albert Einstein came up with during his childhood as an odd boy out were destined to change the way we know and understand the world around us . . .
Examines the life of the physicist whose work revolutionized scientific thinking, with an emphasis on his early years.
Collection of classic strips. Limited edition of 550.
This story is about how one families dedication to make the human race better. How they struggle through it all, for Albert Meyer is the key. The ability to stay focused through trials and tribulations of huge magnitude. This isnt your common family which fights on, for they rage war against SINE AND EVIL in the world of mankind. With The help of others, will they succeed or will mankind be put under? [Hello, this is Albert Meyer speaking, Please read my life story of FANTASY AND MAGIC. This book is for all, young and old, so have fun and dream of the MAGIC]. Just go downstairs to your basement and look at YOUR WALL. [YES FOR I SOMETIMES SEE YOU, AS I PASS THROUGH]. Volume two of this novel will be available shortly.
A man covered in bunker oil, lay prostrate on a raft clinging for life in the restless sea. His recognised strength and will power draining hourly from his embattled body. He had watched as fellow POWs, who had survived the barbarism of the Burma railway, slip away, some in apologetic silence, some swimming to the faces of their loved ones. His own hallucinations returned him to his childhood in Tredegar, where he had saved a young girl from drowning. They took him to a football stadium in White Hart Lane and the sound of the fans roaring, 'Come on you Lilywhites.' He imagined a teammate calling for a pass but it was a fellow sufferer pleading, 'Over here mate, over here.' He felt a strong hand grasp his arm, 'Hang on Buddy, you are safe now.' Young Albert the free scoring Tottenham forward looked into the bright eyes of a young American sailor. All pain left him and he wept with no tears.

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