You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. This gift is part of our Museum collection, shipped from the Museum in South Kensington, London. We will use your personal information to send you information about our latest products, offers, sale, competitions as well as information about our activities, events, services and fundraising by email, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. This package includes 1 unit of Secret Garden An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book (English) - 24 Pages only, others shown in the photos here are for illustration purpose only. A newly illustrated edition of this classic tale by one of Australiaa€™s greatest childrena€™s book illustrators.
Brand new edition by renowned childrena€™s book illustrator Robert Ingpen who brings Frances Hodgson Burnetta€™s unforgettable characters to life as never before. Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was born and lived her early life in Manchester, England. Each page has exquisite pen illustrations waiting to come to life through your artist's palette.


This interactive activity book takes you on a ramble through a secret garden created in beautifully detailed pen-and-ink illustrations—all waiting to be brought to life through coloring, but each also sheltering all kinds of tiny creatures just waiting to be found.
The story of a spoilt, neglected and sickly young girl, who comes to the home of Mr Craven, her widowed and grieving uncle, The Secret Garden was first serialised for adults in The American Magazine before its publication in book form in 1911.
When her father, a successful merchant, had a stroke and the American Civil War crippled the city's economy the impoverished family emigrated to a small rural town in Tennessee.
He began studying illustration art and book design over fifty years ago at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and has designed, written and illustrated more than one hundred works of fiction and non-fiction.
The Secret Garden is a walled, overgrown paradise, its roses abandoned since the death of Mr Craven's wife.
In 1986, Ingpen received the highest honour in the childrena€™s book world, the Hans Christian Andersen Medal, for his contribution to international children's literature. Appealing to all ages, the intricately-realized world of the Secret Garden is both beautiful and inspirational. Mary is led to its ivy-covered door by a robin, and with the help of a servant's son, Dickon, begins to tend it.


The author of more than 40 books, her breakthrough novel came with Little Lord Fauntleroy, which became a bestseller. He has also recently been awarded an honorary doctorate from RMIT and granted Membership of the Order of Australia for services to literature. Her petulance mellows, and the garden also helps to bring the transformation of wheelchair-bound and tantrum-throwing Colin, the son that Craven keeps hidden away - and of the uncle himself.
In this edition, beautifully illustrated by award-winning Robert Ingpen, the full and unabridged text is accompanied by hand drawings that bring the garden, and the young people it touches, back into bloom. Unhappily married, and after the death of her son, Lionel, she moved to England in 1890 and rented an estate with several walled gardens. In recent times, he has illustrated editions of classic works such as The Jungle Book, Treasure Island, A Christmas Carol, Alicea€™s Adventures in Wonderland, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the centenary editions of Peter Pan and Wendy and The Wind in the Willows.




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