Ages 7 to 9, Grades 2 to 4
A 1000-PIECE PUZZLE that makes a perfect gift for fans of Virginia Woolf and her work.
INCLUDES A PULL-OUT POSTER so you can spot all the characters and read their stories.
"THE WORLD OF..." JIGSAWS are a fun way of celebrating the lives and works of creative greats. Also available in the series: The World of Frida Kahlo, The World of Jane Austen, The World of the Brontës, The World of James Joyce and more.
SCREEN-FREE FUN from one of the world's leading publishers of books and gifts on the creative arts. Laurence King Publishing works with some of the world's best illustrators, designers, artists, and photographers to create beautifully produced books and gifts which are acclaimed for their inventiveness, beautiful design and authoritative texts.
A GOOD-SIZED PUZZLE that measures 48.5 x 68 cm (19 x 27 in.) when completed.
Explore the world that shaped Virginia Woolf and was the setting for many of her books. From the beaches of Cornwall to the streets of Bloomsbury and from Hogarth House to the colleges of Cambridge, these are the places that formed Woolf's character and that she would transform in books that helped shape our understanding of modernity. Spot Leonard Woolf, Clive and Vanessa Bell, Lytton Strachey, and Vita Sackville-West, along with Clarissa Dalloway, Orlando, and the Ramsay family as you piece together Woolf's story.
About the Author
Sophie Oliver (Author)
Dr Sophie Oliver is a lecturer at the University of Liverpool who specializes in modernist writing by women. Her research interests lie in the relationships between literature and visual cultures, especially art and fashion; feminism and modernism; and the afterlives of modernist writing. She has published on Djuna Barnes, Mina Loy and Jean Rhys, and was named a BBC/AHRC New Generation Thinker for 2020.
Eleanor Taylor (Illustrator)
Eleanor Taylor is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Hastings, UK. She works on many different projects: illustrating picture books, designing book covers and working for clients like the New York Times and New Yorker. In 2012 she was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and in 2015 won the Prize for Illustration.