Christina Hess
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    Christina Hess' "Animals From History" is a collection of illustrations rethinking historical figures as animals. The book has been written and illustrated for all ages. Shown is "Napoleon Boneaparte" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
  • historical animals

    "Queen Elhissabeth" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
  • historical animals

    "Joan of Bark" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
  • historical animals

    "Marie Antoinippe" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
  • historical animals

    "Miguel Dog Cervantes" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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    "Kiddy Roosevelt" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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    "Jizo Bodhissatva" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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    "ML Jobs" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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    "Cleocatra" in "Animals From History."
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    Illustration of "King Henry V" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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    "The Fitzgeralds" in "Animals From History."
    Christina Hess
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