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Penguin 85th by Jackie Morris Penguin 85th by Jackie Morris

Art Print

Penguin 85th by Jackie Morris

Regular price £85.00

Product Information

Overall size of this product is 32 × 42 cm.
The image area of the print measures 22 × 29 cm.

Description

Artwork by Jackie Morris to mark the 85th anniversary of Penguin Books on 30th July 2020 and to benefit the National Literacy Trust

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      Penguin 85th x National Literacy Trust

      In collaboration with the National Literacy Trust, Penguin asked five much-loved artists and illustrators to dream up original prints themed around the transformative power of books and reading, to commemorate Penguin’s 85th birthday.

      The future of reading and writing in the UK depends on the National Literacy Trust, who are facing an urgent funding crisis as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Support them by bringing these special edition prints into your home.

      The prints will be available for purchase for 85 days from Penguin’s anniversary of 30th July, until 23rd October. At least £50 of each framed print and £20 of each unframed print will directly support the National Literacy Trust.

      About Jackie Morris, the artist

      Jackie Morris is an author and illustrator. Her books have been published in many languages and The Lost Words with Robert Macfarlane has become a cultural phenomenon. Recently she published The House Without Windows, written by Barbara Newhall Follett. The Lost Spells, with Robert Macfarlane, publishes in October. Jackie lives in a small house by the sea in Wales, walking the hills with a curious pack of dogs and a small pride of cats.

      About National Literacy Trust, the charity we’re supporting

      The National Literacy Trust is dedicated to improving the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills of those who need it most, giving them the best possible chance of success in school, work and life. They support schools and early years settings in communities where low levels of literacy and social mobility are seriously impacting people’s lives to deliver outstanding literacy provision, and campaign to make literacy a priority for politicians, businesses and parents. Literacy is a vital element of action against poverty and their work changes children’s lives.