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Egz Book of Frogs

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Poetry. EGZ BOOK OF FROGS was originally written by "Uncle Franz" for the child (EGZ) that lives inside his adult friend Eve Rosenthal; and was illustrated by another friend, Kathy Bourbonais. This and several other little stories were later set to music for the mime and flute team of Jane Adler and Andrew Bolotowsky.
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Mar 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: children, poetry, art
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Franz Kamin & Kathy Bourbonais's Egz Book of Frogs
by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - March 26, 2012

One might say that this is Kamin & Bourbonais' 'children's bk'. The beginning text reads:

"This book is for Egz and Borgies,
the two children living inside
my two very adult friends."

The 3 of them having been involved in a menage à trois. I love this bk. But to experience it just as a bk is not enuf. The full experience is gotten by reading it & listening to the 7" record
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Franz Kamin (May 25, 1941 – April 11, 2010) was a prolific American author, composer, and pianist whose works were modelled on topology, general systems theory, meditational processes, and chance operations.[1]

Born in Milwaukee, Kamin studied composition at the University of Oklahoma with Spencer Norton, and at Indiana University with Roque Cordero, where he also studied