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Grahame Johnstone’s ‘Finding Out’ Fables

Janet and Anne Grahame Johnstone illustrated several stunning series of myths, legends and folk tales for 5 years of Finding Out Magazine, some of which never appeared elsewhere…

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Grahame Johnstone Twins: Finding Out Magazine Bibliography

About ‘Finding Out’ Magazine ‘Finding Out: A Modern Library of Education in Weekly Parts’ was a British weekly educational magazine for children, first published by Purnell & Sons Ltd in 1962. In 1967, the magazine amalgamated with its competitor Look and Learn. Prior to the amalgamation, it appeared every week Read more…

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On the Horizon for 2019

A selection of upcoming book releases with special features, such as sprayed edges or signed copies, as well as pre-order offers for swag like free pins, cards and competitions. Covers the first half of 2019.

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Literary Maps & Fantastic Landscapes

Today’s video is all about literary maps and books that explore the real and imaginary landscapes of our favourite novels in detail. The Writer’s Map  Editor: Huw Lewis JonesPublication: 2018Where to buy: The Writer’s Map @ Book Depository or Amazon (US) About the book: This is probably my favourite of all of this Read more…

2018 Annual Review Blog

Most Beautiful Books of 2018 – A Holiday Gift Guide

Welcome to a review identifying some of the most physically beautiful books published in 2018, with the aim of helping you to find appropriate gifts for your nearest and dearest, or – even better – take an opportunity to treat yourself…

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Penguin Galaxy – Hardback Science Fiction Set – Illustrated Bibliography

In October 2016, Penguin released their Galaxy Series – including six of their greatest masterworks of science fiction and fantasy, curated by Neil Gaiman. Each volume features bright, bold “bare boards” naked hardcover designs with titles in stylized, embossed gold leaf type. The series was curated by crowd favourite Neil Read more…

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