The book interested me at the time because I'd never seen a single-strip sized book, it's about 6.5x3.75 inches; and as you can see it cost the princely sum of 35p. Although it is recorded as No1, I don't think they made any more. I have to say I really prefer strips in the format Titan used for Garth (post is somewhere on the blog), with 4 or 5 episodes to the page, but it's nice to have this.
The Flook at 30 booklet was put together by the Centre for the Study of Cartoons and Caricatures at the University of Kent, by the then Director, Graham Thomas and since it is made up of anecdotes by those involved there are inconsistencies in the histories and that has been left unedited, which actually makes the thing a much better read. The articles were collected by Keith McKenzie who at that time was the Art Editor of Associated Newspapers, publishers of the Daily Mail, for an exhibition of Flook work.