Synopses & Reviews
Three stunning Edward Gorey classics, available in one volume. Featuring a clever-but repeatedly ignored-little boy named Treehorn, these stories will delight readers of all ages.
In The Shrinking of Treehorn, Treehorn is clearly shrinking, and his parents aren't the least bit interested. Treehorn's Treasure shows what happens when the leaves on the backyard tree turn into dollar bills. And in Treehorn's Wish, our hero's parents neglect his birthday-but he finds a genie in a bottle, which changes things considerably. Treehorn's angst, and his whimsical schemes, come alive through Gorey's witty pen-and-ink drawings and drolly humorous text by noted author Florence Parry Heide. This beautifully-crafted, tongue-in-cheek omnibus is the perfect gift for collectors and fans of Edward Gorey.
Three stunning Edward Gorey classics featuring a clever but repeatedly ignored little boy named Treehorn will delight readers of all ages. Treehorn's angst and his whimsical schemes come alive through Gorey's witty pen-and-ink drawings and drolly humorous text by noted author Florence Parry Heide.
About the Author
Edward Gorey (1925-2000), known for his skillful and unique illustration style and erudite texts, produced over 100 works of his own and provided illustrations for many other books. Florence Parry Heide began writing children's books in 1967 and has published more than sixty of them. She lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin.