Arthur and the Golden Rope (Hardcover)

Brownstone's Mythical Collection

By Joe Todd-Stanton

Flying Eye Books, 9781911171034, 56pp.

Publication Date: August 16, 2016

List Price: 18.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Imagine a vault so cavernous that it could contain all the world's greatest treasures and relics, from mummified remains of ancient monarchs to glistening swords brandished by legendary warriors. Who could be in charge of such a vault and how did he come into possession of such a unique collection? Who is...Professor Brownstone?


About the Author

Joe Todd-Stanton grew up in Brighton and was taught to draw by his mother, who is also an illustrator. He studied at Bristol University, receiving a first class degree in Illustration.


Praise For Arthur and the Golden Rope: Brownstone's Mythical Collection

With picture books seeming to hew to ever more minimalist approaches, this retelling of a Norse myth, rich with adventure and mystery in a wonderfully picturesque package, comes as an opulent treat.
Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW

Blending elements of picture book and graphic novel, Todd-Stanton’s book offers a light introduction to Norse myth, drawn in a style that evokes both classic Franco-Belgian comics and the work of contemporary creators like Kate Beaton and Noelle Stevenson.
Publisher’s Weekly

I see this as also as a great read-together book for kids and parents/caregivers, with the readers going back to look at the drawings again and again. The art work is bright, vibrant and has the perfect amount of detail. The story moves quickly along with the illustrations.
—Deanna Evans, Sanibel Public Library

The illustrations in this book are really fun and help tell the story really well. People who like stories about the Norse gods will like this book. I hope that there will be other books like this!
—Kids’ Book Buzz

This book is fantastic! […] Arthur is just too cute and for any unpopular kids out there, this book will encourage them to embrace their uniqueness because as unlikely as Arthur is, he’s the town’s hero!
—How Useful It Is