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Jennifer Adams

  • 5 stars across 50 books
    Jennifer Adams is well-known for her cherished BabyLit board book series. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Greg Pizzoli won the Geisel Medal for his first book, The Watermelon Seed , and his subsequent books have continued to garner much commercial and critical acclaim. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    1st January 2017

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

    Lewis Carroll's fantastical tale is an artist's dream. With the complete, unabridged text and glowing full-colour illust... More

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    3rd April 2017

    The Secret Garden: V&A Collector's Edition

    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a magical novel for adults and children alike. This new hardback i... More

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    2nd October 2008

    Peter Pan in Scarlet

    Neverland is calling again...Something is wrong in Neverland. Dreams are leaking out-strangely real dreams, of pirates a... More

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    17th December 2018

    How Do I Love Thee?

    A gorgeous reinvention of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's famous "Sonnet 43" from the bestselling author of the BabyLit... More

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