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Wanda Gag

Wanda Gag

  • 5 stars across 15 books
Wanda Gag (1893-1946) was born in New Ulm, Minnesota, the daughter of an artist and the eldest of seven children. Wanda initiated the double-page spread, designing two facing pages as one panoramic scene. In recognition of her rare artistry, she was the posthumous recipient of the 1958 Lewis Carroll Shelf Award for Millions of Cats and the 1977 Kerlan Award for the body of her work.
1st September 2014

Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs

One of the world's most famous fairy tales, beautifully illustrated and charmingly retold for little children. Snow Whit... MoreSnow White & the Seven Dwarfs

(3 reviews) Review
7th February 2019

Millions of Cats

Wanda Gág's timeless tale follows an old man who is looking for the perfect cat. But when he finds them the cats are all... MoreMillions of Cats

(1 review) Review
26th July 2004

The ABC Bunny

A Newbery Honor Book (1934) An unfortunate accident with an Apple drives Bunny from Bunnyland to Elsewhere. Every letter... MoreThe ABC Bunny

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24th September 2003

Gone Is Gone: Or The Story Of A Man Who Wanted To Do Housework

The classic illustrated folktale by the author of Millions of Cats--now back in print after nearly thirty years! Gone Is... MoreGone Is Gone: Or The Story Of A Man Who Wanted To Do Housework

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24th September 2003

Snippy And Snappy

Wanda Gg relays two field mice's adventure in a large house.... MoreSnippy And Snappy

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5th August 2004

Nothing At All

“Nothing at All” is the name of an orphaned puppy living with his two brothers until two children come to adopt them. Un... MoreNothing At All

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10th September 2006

More Tales from Grimm

Renowned children’s book author Wanda Gág presents these classic Grimm tales, accompanied by whimsical illustrations. Dr... MoreMore Tales from Grimm

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24th September 2003

The Funny Thing

Wanda Gag is a sequel to Millions of Cats.... MoreThe Funny Thing

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16th October 2008

Three Gay Tales from Grimm

The three charming tales in this long-unavailable book are not as well-known as they deserve to be. Gg's interpretations... MoreThree Gay Tales from Grimm

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6th May 2021

The Story of a Man Who Wanted to do Housework: Gone is Gone

Was there ever such a husband?A classic find from the Faber archive and a sure hit on Father's Day!The story of a man wh... MoreThe Story of a Man Who Wanted to do Housework: Gone is Gone

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