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Dream World: 20 Frameable Prints of Emily Winfield Martin's Bestselling Children's Book Illustrations (Poster)

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The New York Times called the illustrations in Emily Winfield Martin’s Dream Animals “so nursery-worthy you may be tempted to snip a few out and frame them.” Now you don't have to!
 
This stunning collection includes twenty prints featuring the whimsical animals, children, landscapes, and mythical beasts of Emily Winfield Martin’s beloved children’s books The Wonderful Things You Will Be, Dream Animals, and Day Dreamers.
 
• Sturdy keepsake box has glints of gold foil.
• Art is printed on heavy card stock that can be framed (standard 8" x 10" size) or go right on the wall as is.
• Ideal for birthdays, holidays, new parents, and grandparents, this is a gift that will make any child’s room more magical.

About the Author


Emily Winfield Martin is a collector and lover of fairy tales, and the original Grimm’s tale of Snow White and Rose Red enchanted and haunted her all her life. She is a painter of real and imaginary things, and the author and illustrator of such books as Dream Animals and The Wonderful Things You Will Be. Emily lives among the giant trees of Portland, Oregon, and if you need her, you might look in the heart of the woods.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780525574590
ISBN-10: 052557459X
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: October 23rd, 2018
Pages: 20
Language: English

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