You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. This gift is part of our Museum collection, shipped from the Museum in South Kensington, London. For European and Worldwide delivery and returns information please see our delivery & returns page. Well, to be more accurate I’ve just bought myself a colouring book, as I’m sure she would probably prefer to be plugged into an electronic device of some sort.


But honestly, who in their right mind could resist the intricate and magical pen and ink drawings in Secret Garden by ‘ink evangelist’ Johanna Basford?
Speaking of The Secret Garden, which remains one of my favourite children’s books of all time, check out these beautiful clothbound keepsake editions of children’s classics from Puffin, designed by the amazing Daniela Terrazzini. As the mother of an utterly voracious and rather advanced reader I’m the finding the classics to be one of the best ways of giving the Minx age-appropriate reading material. Each page has exquisite pen illustrations waiting to come to life through your artist's palette.


Don’t tell the Minx, but I just bought her a colouring book for our plane ride at the weekend. I understand from the Internet that these beautiful books can be hard to track down, but we found ours at the weekend in Seattle’s wonderful Elliott Bay Bookstore.



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Comments to The secret garden book history

Elvira

19.06.2014 at 17:51:45

Will lead you down a path of adverse and woeful thoughts.

KaRtOf_in_GeDeBeY

19.06.2014 at 20:24:23

Co-run a recruitment business and are fat??or ugly??or not great.