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Follow the journey of some very special rabbits in this gorgeous gift storybook edition of the TV mini series of Watership Down. A beautiful, fully illustrated picture storybook, with text by award winning author Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Adapted from the scripts of the TV mini series by the BBC and Netflix, this edition will introduce a classic story to a new generation, while reigniting the heartfelt place of the story for older readers. This is a really special family-friendly edition of Watership Down. Illustrated with a combination of stills from the TV and soft line artwork, this is a wonderful introduction to Richard Adams' original award-winning story, first published over 45 years ago and regarded as a modern classic. Set in the English countryside, Watership Down tells the tale of a ragtag band of rabbits fleeing the destruction of their warren in search of safety and a new home. Their adventure is brought to life in this stunning gift picture storybook, which will be treasured by fans of the original novel, as well as new readers introduced to this epic tale by the television mini series. Watership Down (c) Watership Down Television Limited 2018. Licensed by ITV Ventures.
|Publication date:||21st March 2019|
|Author:||Frank Cottrell Boyce|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Richard Adams (1920 - 2016) was an English novelist best known as the author of Watership Down, first published in 1972. He served in the British Army during the second world war, and then joined the civil service. He originally began telling the story of Watership Down to his two daughters during long car journeys and they insisted it he publish it as a book. It was awarded the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, and went on to sell millions of copies throughout the world. In 1975 Adams was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Frank Cottrell-Boyce is ...More About Frank Cottrell Boyce