Don Bousquet

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Don Bousquet (born 1948) is a Rhode Island-based cartoonist. He was born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. His cartoon Bousquet regularly appears in the Providence Journal, Rhode Island Monthly, South County Independent[1] and his work has also appeared in numerous other publications, such as Yankee Magazine. Most of Don's best sellers were published by Covered Bridge Press.

Business[edit]

Bousquet and his son started up a company named Don Bousquet and Son Aerial Photography. Their business has been taking photos in the sky since the 1980s. Their photos have been used for a number of occasions which include: the promotion of events, selling of real estate, and advertisements.[1]

Family[edit]

Bousquet has two sons named Nathan and Michael.[1]

Partial bibliography[edit]

  • Beware of the Quahog (out of print)Covered Bridge Press
  • I Brake for Quahogs (out of print)
  • The Quahog Walks Among Us (out of print)
  • The New England Experience (Yankee Books, 1987; out of print)
  • Don Bousquet's New England (out of print)
  • Best of the Quahog Trilogy (out of print)
  • The Quahog Stops Here
  • Quahogs Are a Girl's Best Friend (Covered Bridge Press)
  • A Rhode Island Album
  • Don Bousquet's Next Book
  • Revenge of the Quahog
  • A Workingmans Skiff (with William Campbell)
  • Rhode Island Dictionary (with Mark Patinkin)
  • Rhode Island Handbook (with Mark Patinkin)
  • New England Fish Tale
  • Quahog State of Mind (1995);
  • Don Bousquet's Rhode Island Cookbook (with Martha Murphy)
  • The Don Bousquet Greeting Card Collection

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "About Us- Don Bousquet and Son Aerial Photography". Don Bousquet and Son Aerial Photography. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 

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