Norman Hunter and his brain storm
Norman Hunter's The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawn
The cover picture looks humorously funny. The man is Norman Hunter's absent-minded professor. Way back in 1977 ( was it really 35 years ago now ?) I stumbled on two of Hunter's books in a London store; two as far as I have so far discovered in my junk library, but, hopefully, I could find more.
Look at the first two paragraphs of the book, introducing this great Prof - please lick on the picture to enlarge it a shade more. (Alas, I wish I could ask this great professor some of the techniques in blogging, and make the writing larger !)
It is hard to wipe off the grins on my face revisiting this book.
I am sorry if you, like the Prof, cannot find your reading glasses to enlarge the writing
If I can remember, unlike the absent-minded Prof, I will post a picture of Professor Branestawn's Dictionary some time in future. Branestawn is the professor's way of writing 'brain storm', the cause of his absent-mindedness.
I wonder how many of my visitors have read the humours of Norman Hunter
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