Winnie-the-Pooh (Hardcover)

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Winnie-the-Pooh (Hardcover)


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The beloved children’s classic appears as a graphic novel for the first time

Lynd Ward Graphic Novel Prize winner Travis Dandro takes a left turn from his detailed autobiography and returns with the charming tales of Winnie-the-Pooh. In 2015, the A. A. Milne childrens’ classic, long since viewed as the benchmark for intelligent and whimsical storytelling, slipped into the public domain. The beloved series now gets the comics treatment from a gifted artist at the peak of his cartooning prowess.

Dandro expands the world of Hundred Acre Wood in all directions, creating stunning full-page tableaus where Pooh and everybody’s favorite characters—Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Tigger, and of course, Christopher Robin—to romp, argue, fail, and love. Indebted to the unforgettable pen-and-ink drawings of E. H. Shephard, this addition to the canon of timeless literature for all ages encompasses all of Winnie-the-Pooh’s original adventures.

Travis Dandro was born in Leicester, Massachusetts. He started publishing his first comic strip, Twerp, in the local weekly newspaper when he was 13 years old. In 1996 Travis graduated from Montserrat College of Art with a degree in fine art. Since then, his comics have appeared in dozens of college newspapers in the United States and Canada, and his first graphic novel, King of King Court, won the Lynd Ward Prize for graphic novel of the year. He currently lives in Belfast, Maine, with his sons.
Product Details ISBN: 9781770466968
ISBN-10: 1770466967
Publisher: Drawn and Quarterly
Publication Date: April 9th, 2024
Pages: 248
Language: English

“A charming and sincere comic book love letter to Hundred Acre Wood and its inhabitants. Every page is a playfully experimental delight!” —Tom Gauld, Revenge of the Librarians

“A lively, warm and visually inventive rendition of a literary classic. You’ll fall in love with this book page by page!” —Noah Van Sciver, Joseph Smith and the Mormons, Maple Terrace