Front: unique design based on original illustrations
Reverse: a passage from the book
Puzzle dimensions: 24cm x 37cm
Puzzle piece dimensions: 2.3cm x 2.3cm
Book dimensions: 16.5cm x 11.5cm x 4cm
Don't be late for your very important date with this jigsaw puzzle tribute to a classic work of literature!
Alice in Wonderland
The story of Alice in Wonderland is the product of its author’s vast and mischievous imagination. With each page more spellbinding than the last, the story sees Alice plunge into a gripping fantasy land where logic has no place and possibility knows no bounds, encountering curious obstacles and most peculiar creatures along the way. The Lewis Carroll novel has become one of the most adored pieces of classic literature, capturing the imagination of generations since its release 150 years ago.
Pride and Prejudice
Ubiquitous amongst literary scholar’s “most-loved books” lists, Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice remains one of the most popular British novels. Featuring Elizabeth Bennet – a character as complex as she is admirable – and her arrogant romantic interest Mr. Darcey, the book’s brave hero’s, as well as despicable villains, humour and suspense, it remains relevant for modern readers, despite being published over 200 years ago. Film and television adaptions continue to ensure that Austen’s prized work is enjoyed time and time again.
Romeo and Juliet
Set in Verona, Italy, an age-old vendetta between two families ends with bloodshed in this tragic love story. Romeo and Juliet, the children of rival noble families, the Montagues and the Capulets, meet by chance and instantly fall in love... and are prepared to risk everything to be together. A gripping combination of dazzling passion, fierce hatred and star-crossed lovers, Shakespeare’s legendary play dates back to c.1595 and was so popular during his lifetime that it was published twice.
Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” first published in 1818, is the story of a scientist who, in an unorthodox experiment intended to manufacture a man, creates a monster. In a gripping tale that struggles from horror to romance and creator to destruction, Shelley’s legendary novel draws parallels to modern-day society, and since its release has become an essential piece of classic literature.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
In this modern fairy tale following an unlikely heroine, Dorothy embarks on a quest to find her way home with her companion Toto, stumbling across intriguing fantasy characters and wicked witches along the way. Released in 1900, L. Frank Baum’s book has been hailed as “America’s greatest and best-loved homegrown fairy tale” by the Library of Congress and has gone on to inspire both film and Broadway versions, capturing the hearts of generations.