The Ultimate Children's Classic Collection
The perfect gift for any book-lover, this box set contains eight of the best children's classics ever written
Beautifully packaged in a ridged, matt-laminated slipcase with metallic detailing, complete with strikingly attractive, bespoke artwork, this would make an ideal Christmas present
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 9781853261183
The Wind in the Willows 9781853261220
Treasure Island 9781853261039
Black Beauty 9781853261091
The Jungle Book 9781853261190
The Secret Garden 9781853261046
Peter Pan 9781853261206
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About the Author
Anna Sewell (1820-1878) was born in England. A knee injury at fourteen left her disabled, but she rode and drove horses very well. She began learning about horses early in life, spending many hours driving her father to and from the station from which he commuted to work. Her dependence on horse-drawn transportation fostered her respect of horses. She wrote her one book, Black Beauty, in her fifties, and it was published in 1877 just five months before she died. Although it is now considered a children's classic, she originally wrote it for those who worked with horses. She said "a special aim [was] to induce kindness, sympathy, and an understanding treatment of horses." The book has had a tremendous impact in creating a new wave of humane thinking towards animals.
Lewis Carroll was born on the 27th of January, 1832, as Charles Lutwidge Dogson at Daresbury in Cheshire, England. Carroll is best known for his children's books "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass", which quickly became international successes and to this day inspire films, art, and research. Other famous works of his are the poems The Hunting of the Snark' and Jabberwocky'. Carroll had a prodigious talent in mathematics, logics, word play and philos
Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a Scottish writer, most famous for one of the all-time classics of children's literature, The Wind in the Willows, as well as for The Reluctant Dragon.