This is the final instalment of my review series on “The Snow Queen,” and I invite you to revisit the earlier three posts highlighting the stunning illustrations by Vladislav Yerko, the […]
Fairy Tales, Fables, Legends
Here you’ll find reviews of traditional and contemporary fairy tales, fables, myths and legends illustrated by some of my favourite artists. Celebrated or lesser known these illustrators’ distinct styles offer the fairy tales interpretations that would capture your imagination and leave you wanting to see more.
In this third instalment following my previous two posts showcasing “The Snow Queen” by the Ukrainian artist Vladislav Yerko and Belorusian Pavel Tatarnikov, we present a Ukrainian language edition of Hans Christian Andersen’s
In the world of children’s literature, “The Snow Queen” stands out as a classic tale of love, sacrifice, and redemption. But the story of how this fairy tale came to
She was wondrously beautiful and delicate, but she was ice, dazzling, shimmering ice. Yet she was alive. Her eyes glittered like stars, without tenderness or warmth. Hans Christian Andersen “The
“The Rabbits of the Moon Spring” a beautiful retelling of an ancient Sanskrit Panchatantra fable with ground-breaking illustrations
It’s not often that I have the opportunity to review a book before it’s even published. Well, the English version that is. So I’m thrilled and rather chuffed to be