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Illustrated classics — The Secret Garden and other stories

Illustrated classics — The Secret Garden and other stories

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Illustrated classics — The Secret Garden and other stories

  • A wonderful collection of classic stories to enchant and delight, in a beautifully illustrated, hardback edition with a ribbon marker.
  • Includes The Railway Children, The Wizard of Oz, The Secret Garden, Black Beauty, Little Women and Heidi, all retold for especially for children.
  • A joy to share together and the simple clear text is perfect for confident readers to enjoy independently.
“This is the perfect book to introduce young children to world classics”
Lancashire Evening Post


Key Stage: KS1/2 E; Age 7+

BIC: C3H79

Padded hardback:
Price: £14.00
ISBN: 9781409586562
384 pages
194 x 152mm

Author/Editor: Various

Illustrator: Various

Press Reviews

Imagine a sumptuous, cloth-bound book packed with some of the best children’s stories of all time,brought to life by timeless, enchanting illustrations…if you know a little girl who would love to get her hands on such a gorgeous gift, then make her dreams come true this Christmas.

Lancashire Evening Post

Reader Reviews

illustrated classics for girls
Illustrated classics for girls is for all ages, adults and children. The adults would like it because they can look back at all the stories they have read in their childhood. It is good for children, like myself, because you haven't got too many words on a page and the pictures aren't too small. The stories are written in a way which is easy for me to read (aged 7) and they are good stories to share with babies, toddlers and adults, including you!

imogen lund, 4th April 2010
An enchanting book with well-known classics and beautiful illustrations
This book is fantastic. I've already heard of all the book titles before purchasing it with some birthday money that was given to me from my care home support staff. Each story is accompanied by sumptuous illustrations, especially 'Little Women,' 'Heidi,' 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'The secret Garden.' The best stories in the book are 'The Wizard of Oz,' 'The Secret Garden' and 'Little Women.' Adults may enjoy this book as well as children because adults may want to recall their favourite classic tales they read as children. My father read 'The secret Garden' when he was at school, so I read a bit of that story to him over the phone.

April Slocombe, 25th July 2009