The Book of Gremlins
by Michael Ridley and Bryan Neary
J. M. Dent and Sons, 1980, full colour illustrations throughout, illustrated end-papers, hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 0046045008
Fine Condition hardcover, with minor edge rubbing (shelf-wear), minor shelf-wear to dustjacket, otherwise like new.
'The publication of this book will revolutionize gremlinology - the study of Gremlins. In its way, it is more important than even Charles Darwin's 'Origin of Species', for he published his studies on the visible world. Ridley and Neary are here documenting the world of Gremlins who, under normal circumstances, remain invisible to the human eye. Through an amazing feat of scientific engineering, this heroic pair developed and built the gremelscope which has enabled them not only to observe the creatures, but also to communicate with them. The Gremlins themselves were so astounded that they presented them with the Gremel Prize for Literature.'