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As we move toward the day that was once celebrated as George Washington's birthday, we should remember that the Official Name for

President's Day

is still actually:

George Washington's Birthday


.. and so suggests it be celebrated appropriately.

For one thing you can take a

George Washington Quiz!

... if you just click here.

And then if you want to settle down with a copy of

George Washington's Rules of Civility

George Washington's Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior

Available in Paperback and Kindle from Amazon!

Click on the cover to order!

This is the cartoon edition! Each of George 's 110 Rules of Civility edited and adapted with a black and white cartoon. See George himself show us not what to do. Supplemented with an appendix of the unabridged rules. 124 pages plus an introduction.

And to really celebrate you can also get a copy of

Journal of Major George Washington

The Journal of Major George Washington

Think your last business trip was a hassle? Just read what George went through on his trip to Pittsburgh! 129 pages with 15 black and white illustrations including 3 maps!

Naturally the author and illustrator of decries crass commercialism when anyone tries capitalizing on famous and admired public figures. Still he would not object were a worthy reader also peruse the other

CooperToons Books


Daily Life in Ancient Egypt

Daily Life in Ancient Egypt

Learn about the Ancient Egyptian language, religion, professions, pastimes, mummies, and pyramid building with stories about the famous pharaohs Hatshepsut, Akhenaten, and Tutankhamun thrown in! And read about a most unusual method of mummification that was a pain in the .... Well, let's just say it was unusual. Illustrated with 135 black and white cartoon illustrations. 280 pages.

The Last Days of Pompeii (And A Look at Daily Life n the Roman Empire

The Last Days of Pompeii
(And A Look at Daily Life n the Roman Empire)

Daily life in the city of Pompeii and the Roman Empire were not quite as you see in the movies. Did you know that in the Roman Empire certain - ah - ladies "plying their avocation" had to wear the same clothes as politicians? And what did the judge at the first recorded trial of Christians do when he found they were peaceful and harmless people? 117 pages with 54 cartoons.

Mutiny on the Bounty

Mutiny on the Bounty

Did you know there was an American on the Bounty? And without him, the Mutiny might never have come off! And read about an - ah - entertaiment that Captain Bligh saw - and was not amused! 71 pages with 30 black and white illustrations.