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The Invisible Kingdom Hardcover – 24 Oct 2013
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"Rob Ryan immerses you in a world of delicate detail and colour, drawing you into his enchanting story" (Coralie Bickford-Smith, author of THE FOX AND THE STAR)
"Rob Ryan is not only an extraordinarily gifted artist but also a wonderful storyteller. The Invisible Kingdom is quite the loveliest marriage of words and images that I've encountered in a very long time." (John Connolly)
"Thrilling and enchanting - this is a story not to be missed. I didn't want to change trains because I didn't want to stop reading it - even briefly! Rob Ryan has an eye for the unusual detail and makes you see the world through completely fresh lenses." (Jackie Kay)
Gorgeous words and stunning illustrations combine in a book for anyone aged 8-80, by internationally renowned papercut artist Rob Ryan. Rob Ryan has collaborated with Paul Smith, Liberty, Fortnum and Mason and Tatty Devine, amongst others.See all Product description
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He finds friendship with the kind Bootman of the palace who takes him under his wing.
Then one lonely night he sees a hole in the canopy above his bed...
Go on journies with him and see what the little Prince discovers of the ordinary world outside the palace ...
Wonderlully illustrated first book of a trillogy by Rob Ryan. Very detailed and extremely evocative pictures, some dark and broody, exactly capturing the feelings of the little Prince in the large lonely world of the palace without hugs.
The book is a large one too at 32.5 x 23.5cm.
Take off the beautiful cover of the book and see whats on the other side...
Children and adults alike will enjoy this thoughtful book.
By Keats Reader