Edward Lear's most famous poem has been reproduced here in its entirety to be passed on to the next generation, along with a poem published posthumously about the offspring of this famous pair. This recreation includes Lear’s original ink drawings, which look simple at first glance, but include details that can easily be missed. With a child's name at the top of each page, this unique gift is perfect for marking a special occasion for your little one. Part of our From the Archive range of gifts, which contain timeless classics from a bygone era; each book within this range will be presented in a beautifully designed gift box. Taken from the historic archives of Frederick Warne and Penguin, specially stored in the basements of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
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