Ever wish you had the chance to buy a Quentin Blake illustration before he became famous? Well now you can start a fantastic picture book collection from a fabulous author illustrator called Chris Wormell. His book George, the Dragon and the Princess is a superb picture book. The mix of a magical story, gentle humour and Chris Wormell's wonderful illustrations make for a fine addition to any book collector’s bookshelf.
Each rare first edition book in stock is a first edition first printing. Chris Wormell has signed, numbered1 of 1, dated and illustrated inside each book. Look at the pictures for more details.
Far, far away over the high, high mountains in an old castle wall, in a tiny, tiny hole there lives a little mouse called George. He's very small and rather timid and he can be a bit clumsy too. In fact, poor George is so hopeless that he can't even make lunch without burning his cheese on toast! But when a huge and terrifying dragon attacks the castle, George springs into action! Because as fans of George and the Dragon know only too well, George has a very special talent.
From the Back Cover
Far, far away over the high, high mountains, in an old castle wall, in a tiny, tiny hole there lives a little mouse called George.
He's very small, and clumsy too, but when a huge and terrifying dragon threatens the castle, George gets his chance to shine . . .
A new adventure from the creator of the much-loved
George and the Dragon
About the Author
Chris Wormell lives in North London with his wife and children. He was the winner of the Ragazza Prize at Bologna in 1991 and the Smarties Bronze Award in 2003. In addition to his children's books, Chris undertakes other illustration work including advertising campaigns, packaging, a set of Royal Mail stamps and, issued in February 2007, a collection of four covers for the same issue of Time Out magazine, featuring traditional British pub signs.
· First Edition First Printing
· Hardcover: 32 pages
· Publisher: Jonathan Cape Ltd (6 Sep 2007)
· Language English
· ISBN-10: 022407072X
· ISBN-13: 978-0224070720
· Product Dimensions: 26 x 26.6 x 0.9 cm