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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Volume two
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:360
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543949049

A Moment and a Memory

by William H. Frake 111

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Overview
The book is composed of 335 personal collections of illustrated stories of WWII friends and acquaintances of Bill Frake throughout his life travels and career. Throughout his life, he has been privileged to have known many WWII veterans, whether it was a chance meeting at a local store or a sit down dinner. He has gone on several WWII Reunions and met them, their wives, and their families. Bill gathered these "memories" from the men and women who experienced these "moments" as WWII veterans. It is they who Bill draws for. If he can bring a smile, chuckle, hopefully a good belly laugh, then he has accomplished what this book was intended.
Description
The book is composed of 335 personal collections of illustrated stories of WWII friends and acquaintances of Bill Frake throughout his life travels and career. Throughout his life, he has been privileged to have known many WWII veterans, whether it was a chance meeting at a local store or a sit down dinner. He has gone on several WWII Reunions and met them, their wives, and their families. Bill gathered these "memories" from the men and women who experienced these "moments" as WWII veterans. It is they who Bill draws for. If he can bring a smile, chuckle, hopefully a good belly laugh, then he has accomplished what this book was intended.
About the author
William Frake began his career as an animator in major animation studios such as Warner Brothers, Disney, and Marvel. Classically trained, and after numerous films such as Roger Rabbit, Iron Giant, Ice Age, he wanted to pay homage to his veteran friends and to use his gift of drawing to honor their service to our country. The WWII veterans' humor in their stories resonated with Bill as he sketched their experiences in his unique cartoon style and had bought joy and happiness to those who shared their stories.
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