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The Fellowship of the Ring Photo Guide (The Lord of the Rings) [Paperback]

Alison Sage
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Amazon Review

Although billed as a children's book The Lord of the Rings: Photo Guide will be enjoyed as much by adults as it is packed with over 70 images from the motion picture. Many of these have not been seen before and are truly stunning, giving the reader a real sense of how detailed the movie is. Direct quotes and text from the script are used to illustrate the movie's plot but thankfully, for those who have not read the books already, these don't reveal anything too major and leave enough surprises in store for the new Tolkien fan. Printed in full colour throughout, this is another worthwhile addition to HarperCollins range of Lord of the Rings books for children.--Jonathan Weir


"…if the early footage is anything to go by, expect a spectacular voyage into Middle-earth." Empire

From the Publisher

The official Children’s pictorial introduction film tie-in to the key characters, creatures and places in The Fellowship of the Ring. The ideal edition to introduce younger readers to both the film and story

From the Back Cover

A full-colour photo guide packed with stunning pictures of the key characters, creatures and places in the film. Discover the origins of the Ring, find out about each of the Nine Companions and their characters, see how the Fellowship was formed, and follow the Companions as they embark on their quest to destroy the One Ring.

An exciting and colourful introduction for younger readers to the film and the ‘Greatest Adventure Story Ever Written.’

About the Author

Alison Sage has been a children’s editor and writer for over twenty years. She read English at King’s College, London, and began her career in children’s publishing with Ernest Benn. It was access to their archives, representing seventy years of publishing, that spurred a lifelong passion for children’s literature.

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