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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

London, Jonathan Cape, 2003. A promotional cardboard mobile with five Volkswagens: 2 red, 1 blue, 1 black, 1 yellow; therefore, according to the code of the book, signifying neither a Good Day nor a Black Day. Fine. The only such mobile we have seen. [#031395] $150
London, Jonathan Cape, 2003. A 4-page promotional flyer (with the McEwan blurb); and a set of five Fickling promotional postcards with Volkswagens of varying colors and featuring either a quote from the book, from the publisher, or from Ian McEwan, Arthur Golden, or Oliver Sacks. Together with two copies of the Fickling jacket, which are near fine; the flyer and the postcards are fine. Uncommon promotional ephemera. [#031393] $80
London, David Fickling, 2003. A promotional postcard for Haddon's Whitbread Award winning book, which was released simultaneously in an edition for adults by Jonathan Cape and for children by David Fickling. Fickling issued a set of promotional postcards with Volkswagens of varying colors (of significance to the protagonist): three of the five cards featured author quotes; one had a quote from the publisher; one had a quote from the book. McEwan's card reads: "A superb achievement...a wise and bleakly funny writer with rare gifts of empathy." The other two authors quoted in this set of five are Arthur Golden and Oliver Sacks. In addition to the Whitbread, the book won the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. Fine. [#029978] $70
London, Jonathan Cape, 2003. A promotional T-shirt with a "Curious?" tagline and a stabbed dog graphic. Blue, V-neck, "one size" (small-ish), 100% cotton; fine. A different design than the "Curious" t-shirts that are sold at the National Theatre Shop in conjunction with the theatrical release of this title. [#031394] $50
London, Cape, (2006). Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#915040] $40
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