Jonathan Swift's Gulliver

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ISBN-10: 0763647403
ISBN-13: 9780763647407
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Jonathan Swift's Gulliver

authors: Martin Jenkins; Jonathan Swift
illustrator: Chris Riddell
re-teller: Martin Jenkins

series name:
Candlewick Illustrated Classics

First published in 1726, Jonathan Swift's wonderful adventure has long been a favorite with adults and children alike. This skillful adaptation by award-winning author Martin Jenkins stays true to the original, in a magnificent edition featuring all of Gulliver's extraordinary voyages. Chris Riddell's illustrations capture the tale in panoramic detail, making for a peerless introduction to one of the most popular stories in the English language.

Now in paperback-- A tour de force of illustration and design, JONATHAN SWIFT'S GULLIVER is a magnificent introduction to one of the most popular stories in the English language. (Age 7 and up)
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$12.99 / $15.00
isbn-10/isbn-13:
0763647403 /  9780763647407
on sale date:
07/2010
type/format:
Fiction - Illustrated Classic / Paperback
age range:
7 yrs - 10 yrs
# of pages/size:
144 / 7 1/16" x 8 1/4"
grade range:
Grade 2 - Grade 5
 
subjects:
Classics; Action & Adventure; Fantasy & Magic;
author’s comments:
Martin Jenkins is the author of many acclaimed books for children, including Grandma Elephant's in Charge, The Emperor's Egg, and Chameleons are Cool. A lifelong fan of Jonathan Swift, Martin Jenkins lives in Cambridge, England.
illustrator’s comments:
Chris Riddell, author, illustrator, and political cartoonist for The Observer, has won several awards for his work, including a Smarties Silver Honor and the Kate Greenaway Medal for his acclaimed nonfiction book Pirate Diary. He lives in Brighton, England.
 
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