|aTales of the peculiar |c[Ransom Riggs] ; [edited and annotated] by Millard Nullings ; illustrations by Andrew Davidson.
|aNew York, NY |bSyndrigast Publications|cc2016.
|a160 p. |bill. |c24 cm.
|aMiss Peregrine's peculiar children |v0.5
|aThe splendid cannibals -- The fork-tongued princess -- The first Ymbryne -- The woman who befriended ghosts -- Cocobolo -- The pigeons of Saint Paul's -- The girl who could tame nightmares -- The locust -- The boy who could hold back the sea -- The tale of Cuthbert.
|a"Fictional historian Millard Nullings edits a collection of folk tales and legends known to contain information about the world of the peculiars, as introduced in Ransom Riggs' Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children series"--|cProvided by publisher.
A beloved part of the Miss Peregrine series mythology, TALES OF THE PECULIAR is a deluxe illustrated collection of the fairy tales introduced in Riggs’s #1 bestselling series. Ransom Riggs is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children novels. Riggs was born ona farm in Maryland and grew up in southern Florida. He studied literature at Kenyon College and film at the University of Southern California. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, bestselling author Tahereh Mafi.Andrew Davidson graduated from the Royal College of Art with a Masters in Graphic Design. Davidson has worked as an illustrator in a number of different disciplines, but craft and design have always been the cornerstones of his work. His varied career has included wood engravings for The Iron Man byTed Hughes, more than twelve sets of stamps for The Royal Mail, and the glass etched doors for the Centre Court at Wimbledon. He is married to his wife Julia, and has two sons, Lewis and Hugh.