Number three in a three-box set. 15 books (various sizes) housed in a white cardboard box that features collection title information on spine, rendered in calligraphy using green ink. Some of the volumes are signed and dated and provide colophon information. One is pamphlet bound, and eight of the books have stab binding; all of the eight have either tipped in cover title plates featuring illustrations and/or gold calligraphy on colored paper. All proverb collections have been compiled by McCormick; translations from Irish language also by McCormick--"A Collection of English Proverbs "; "The land of Cokaygne, by Friar Michael of Kiloare"; "A Collection of Irish Proverbs"; "Lament for Art O'Leary- A New Translation"; "A Collection of Yiddish Proverbs"; "A Collection of African Proverbs"; "Listening to the River" (original story by McCormick); "Deer's Cry- A New Translation from the 7th Century old-Irish".
6 miniature pamphlet bound books: "Question? Does Anyone Want to Buy a Poem?"; "On Cutting Down an Ancient Tree"; "Pansur Ban"; "How to Make a Perfect Cup of Coffee"; "How to Make a Decent Cup of Tea"; "Hail to Your Coming O Herring".
CBA copy is accompanied with one sheet of double side copied, promotional text (includes retail prices for individual books) from McCormick, dated 11/17/99.