The World of the Brontës: A 1000-piece Jigsaw Puzzle (Jigsaw)
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A 1000-PIECE PUZZLE inspired by the life and works of the Brontë family. The perfect challenge for book lovers - or anyone who loves a good jigsaw.
ALL YOUR FAVOURITE CHARACTERS can be found hidden in this detailed puzzle, as well as some real-life historical figures who played a part in their lives.
INCLUDES A PULL-OUT POSTER identifying all the characters and telling their tales
"THE WORLD OF..." JIGSAWS are a fun way of celebrating the lives and works of creative greats. Also available in the series: The World of Frida Kahlo, The World of Shakespeare, The World of Jane Austen
SCREEN-FREE FUN from one of the world's leading publishers of books and gifts on the creative arts. Laurence King Publishing works with some of the world's best illustrators, designers, artists, and photographers to create beautifully produced books and gifts which are acclaimed for their inventiveness, beautiful design and authoritative texts.
HIGH QUALITY JIGSAW PUZZLE comes in a sturdy box measuring 267x267 mm (10.5x10.5 in) with finished puzzle measuring 680x485mm (26.75x19 in)
Enter the world of the Brontës with this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle. Travel across the blustery Yorkshire moors and into the dark, gloomy schoolrooms and weathered stone buildings of nineteenth-century England to spot Cathy and Heathcliff at Wuthering Heights, Jane and Mr Rochester getting married, and a host of other fictional and real-life characters while you build the puzzle. Includes a fold-out poster that highlights characters, locations and key moments.
About the Author
Amber M. Adams (Writer) Amber M. Adams worked as a librarian in the libraries of County Down and Queen's University Belfast and was Executive Editor of the Journal of Documentation. Upon retiring, she was appointed Editor of Brontë Studies, a post she held for 15 years. She now lives in Western Canada.
Eleanor Taylor (Illustrator) Eleanor Taylor is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Hastings, UK. She works on many different projects: illustrating picture books, designing book covers and working for clients like the New York Times and New Yorker. In 2012 she was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and in 2015 won the Prize for Illustration.