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Artist's Spoof Ladybird Book Provokes Wrath Of Penguin

Posted at 7:08AM Sunday 02 Mar 2014

An artist and comedian has been told by the publisher Penguin that her new satirical art book breaches its copyright, and if she continues to sell copies it could use the courts to seize the books and have them pulped.

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