The history of Sylvester and Tweety
From the back cover:
"I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat" is a splendidly illustrated biography of Sylvester and Tweety's first half-century. It shows us their birth in early film guises and the hilarious variations on the case theme that have kept audiences on edge for years, and includes more than 300 stop-motion scenes via original production art and image enlargements. Special sidebars explain how Warner Bros. cartoons were animated, highlighting every phase of the process.
In the same lively layout as the highly praised that's All Folks! and Bugs Bunny: Fifty Years and Only One Grey Hare, I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat is one of the grandest, most jubilant cartoon books ever published.
This came from the collection of Steve Sherman, a writer,artist, puppet-maker, puppet-performer, and avid collector. Steve worked as Jack Kirby's assistant, at Filmation, and Sid and Marty Krofft, before forming his own company Puppet Studio in 1984 contributing to "Pee-Wee's Playhouse", "Men in Black 1 & 2", "Mighty Joe Young", "Muppets" and numerous other TV series and feature films.