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Ladybird by Design

Lawrence Zeegen


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PUBLISHED: 26th February 2015
ISBN: 9780723293927
ANNOTATION:
Charts the rise of the company that was initially known as Wills & Hepworth, from its origin as a small Loughborough printer to its growth into a global publisher beloved by millions of children, teachers and parents.
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  • Paperback
    $38.01
PUBLISHED: 26th February 2015
ISBN: 9780723293927
ANNOTATION:
Charts the rise of the company that was initially known as Wills & Hepworth, from its origin as a small Loughborough printer to its growth into a global publisher beloved by millions of children, teachers and parents.

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Charts the rise of the company that was initially known as Wills & Hepworth, from its origin as a small Loughborough printer to its growth into a global publisher beloved by millions of children, teachers and parents.

Publisher Description

Ladybird By Designis a fascinating look at the social and design history of the well-known publisher Ladybird Books, released to celebrate 100 years since the familiar ladybird was first registered as a logo in 1915.

Ladybird by Designcharts the rise of the company that was initially known as Wills & Hepworth, from its origin as a small Loughborough printer through to its growth into a global publisher beloved by millions of children, teachers and parents. It delves into the stories behind the beautiful art and design of the iconic mini hardback books that have adorned children's bookshelves for generations, and includes sections on favourite series such as Well-Loved Tales, Nature, How it Works, Key Words, Junior Science, People at Work and Adventures from History.

Written by Professor Lawrence Zeegen, a well-known illustrator and Dean of the School Design at the London College of Communication.

Author Biography

Written by Professor Lawrence Zeegen, a well-known illustrator and Dean of the School Design at the London College of Communication.

Product Details

Author
Lawrence Zeegen
Pages
256
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
Year
2015
ISBN-10
0723293929
ISBN-13
9780723293927
Format
Paperback
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Media
Book
Audience Age
16
Publication Date
2015-02-26