Barbara Cooney, Miss RumphiusRegular price $20.00
- Dimensions: 8.1" x 10.2", 32 pages, hardback
- A beloved classic and beautiful celebration of the natural world, Miss Rumphius received the American Book Award upon its publication in 1982. This is the story of the fictional Alice Rumphius, a woman who sought to make the world a more beautiful place by scattering lupine seeds in the wild. Through charming illustrations, author Barbara Cooney illustrates the Lupine Lady's quest to leave behind something meaningful, one seed at a time.
- A beautiful gift for all lovers of seaside living, adventure, travel, and beauty, Miss Rumphius is a delight from start to finish and full of deep insights into a life well-lived.
- Barbara Cooney (1917-2000), author and illustrator, illustrated 110 children’s books throughout her life. She is beloved for titles like Island Boy, The Ox-Cart Man, for which she won a Caldecott Medal, and Miss Rumphius, for which she won a National Book Award.
- This is a newly printed, 30th anniversary keepsake edition. Multiples are available.
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