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An accordion book is upright, unfolded and arranged in a semicircular fashion. The left-most page is white and has a picture of a green crocodile with its mouth open set on a green background. The next page is also white and has a pink dragon set on a black background. On the right are two white pages with black print.
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Source: A thousand hooded eyes : poems
by D.G. Jones ; wood engravings by Lucie Lambert -- Vancouver : Editions Lucie Lambert, 1990. -- [23] leaves : col. ill. ; 16 cm. -- ISBN 2980249963
© Lucie Lambert; Canadian Artists Representation Copyright Collective (CARCC), 2009. Reproduced with the permission of CARCC.