Kahn's Corner: Judging Books By Their Covers: People say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but good cover design can tell you a lot about a book's premise, themes, and tone. Bad cover design can be confusing. And no one has been consistently worse than Tutis Publishing with its "Great Classics Series." Basically, Tutis decided to print a bunch of old classics whose copyrights had expired. They then slapped on covers that range from bland to hilarious
This one alone is too much fun. Somewhere out there, there is somebody who must write OZ stories set in the world the classics series depicts.