Book produced by the Amsterdam-based advertising and graphics agency, Co-Op 2. The author s name MarCO-OPpers was a stylised pseudonym used by the agency, in this case referring to the stylish artistic work of Magda Versteeg and Wim van Overbeek. Co-Op 2 was founded by the photographer and WW2 resistance fighter, Paul Germonprez, who employed many Bauhaus graduates. The agency ran from 1934 and closed in 1942, rather than be compromised by the strictures of the Nazi-established Nederlandsche Kultuurkamer. The book tells the story of a young boy called Okki Hoessah who is found sleeping in a train upon its arrival at a station. Okki disembarks the train and is befriended by many station workers and patrons, during which time he learns all about the inner workings of a train station. The illustrations are stylishly rendered and beautifully vibrant in colour.