The cover is thick paper and illustrated in color, while the interior is 239 pages in length and illustrated in black and white.
These covers illustrate the evolution of Presley from beautiful androgynous pop icon to scary lounge lizard.
Once again the cover illustrated a male fantasy: this time it showed a man materializing in a bath house where women were showering.
Bob Eggleton's cover illustrates the former story.
The cover illustrates a scene from one of the tales, Donald Corley's "The Bird with the Golden Beak."
The cover illustrates concern for a multimillion-dollar problem: whiteflies are ruining the nation's crops as well as the home gardener's joys.
The book contains many black and white drawings by the author, and the cover illustrated by the author.
The cover illustrates the album's title by showing a Stuka dive bomber over the head of Mickey Mouse.
The cover illustrated an article by Stuart Jeffries complaining about the cruelty of modern television.
Barlow's cover illustrates the "neither snow" clause of the postman's motto.