begins life's journey
as a child.
From one of the world's most beloved writers comes this memorable parable of life's transitions.
Originally published by Charles Dickens in the mid-1800s, The Child's Story is a timeless account of the journey we all take, from carefree childhood and spontaneous youth, through adulthood and marriage, and into our golden years. Now, almost 150 years after its original publication, acclaimed artist Harvey Chan adds his stirring images to Dickens's classic words, creating a unique and powerful reading experience that's ideal for children of all ages.
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Except for one brief omission, the author’s stately, eloquent, sentiment-rich narrative is left untouched: “They had plenty of the finest toys in the world and the most astonishing picture books: all about scimitars and slippers and turbans, and dwarfs and giants and genii and fairies, and blue-b...| Read Full Review of The Child's Story
and later a young man who announces, ""I am always in love."" Chan's illustrations hint at the story's outcome as he charts the resemblance between the boy, the young man and finally the old man who is ""always remembering.| Read Full Review of The Child's Story