Publisher Spotlight: 31 Days of First Second

In the month of June 2016, I thought I'd take some time each day to highlight some of the great books published by SelfMadeHerol. Each day, I posted four images to Twitter and Facebook, the first identifying the book, then two samples of interior art, and last a very very brief capsule review. So here they are, collected: 10 Days of SelfMadeHerol.

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As a List

Day 1: Aama
by Frederik Peeters
ISBN: 1906838739

Day 2: The Boxer
by Reinhard Kleist
ISBN: 1906838771

Day 3: Celeste
by I.N.J. Culbard
ISBN: 1906838763

Day 4: Chico & Rita
by Javier Mariscal and Fernando Trueba
ISBN: 1932234969

Day 5: Don Quixote
by Rob Davis
ISBN: 1906838658

Day 6: Kiki de Monteparnasse
by Catel Muller and Jose-Luis Bocquet
ISBN: 1906838259

Day 7: Motherless Oven
by Rob Davis
ISBN: 190683881X

Day 8: The Nao Of Brown
by Glyn Dillon
ISBN: 1906838429

Day 9: Pachyderme
by Frederik Peeters
ISBN: 1906838607

Day 10: Sandcastle
by Frederik Peeters and Pierre Oscar Leevy
ISBN: 1906838380

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