by Maurice Saxby (Author), Robert R. Ingpen (Illustrator). From School Library Journal. Grade 6 Up- Saxby retells the stories of 15 superheroes from Western literature in uniformly short chapters.
by Maurice Saxby (Author), Robert R. In some cases, such as in Heracles's tale, he relates events in great detail; in telling the story of Arthur, he gives an outline and elaborates on parts.
In 2007 Ingpen illustrated a picture book by Liz Lofthouse called Ziba Came on a Boat, which was nominated for many Australian awards including the Australian . The Great Deeds of Superheroes (1989) by Maurice Saxby.
In 2007 Ingpen illustrated a picture book by Liz Lofthouse called Ziba Came on a Boat, which was nominated for many Australian awards including the Australian Children's Book Council Awards and the Western Australian Premier's Book Awards. In 1999 Ingpen had a major retrospective exhibition in Taipei, which travelled to other regions of Taiwan for a two-month period. The Great Deeds of Heroic Women (1990) by Maurice Saxby. The Lands of the Bible (1992) by Philip Wilkinson and Jacqueline Dineen. The Magical East (1992) by Wilkinson and Michael Pollard.
Collected in this book are some of the oldest and most exciting stories ever told: the stories of Perseus, Hercales, Jason . Page 8,9 text cut off in gutter. The original books is too bright. Ingpen, Robert R. Boxid.
Collected in this book are some of the oldest and most exciting stories ever told: the stories of Perseus, Hercales, Jason, Odysseus, Moses, Samson, Beowolf, King Arthur, Roland, El Cid, and more. Beautifully illustrated with dramatic full-color paintings. Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-182) and index.
Ingpen imparts individual, often unexpected, guise to the heroes-Beowulf is distinctly raffish, Samson blond and with a heavy . A handsome book, intended to introduce the precursors of this century's comic-book heroes.
Ingpen imparts individual, often unexpected, guise to the heroes-Beowulf is distinctly raffish, Samson blond and with a heavy, classically Grecian nobility of character rather than physical prowess. A companion volume of heroines is promised. Bibliography; summary chart; index.
Start by marking The Great Deeds of Superheroes as Want to Read .
Start by marking The Great Deeds of Superheroes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Collected in this beautiful book are some of the most important myths and legends of Western Civilization: the stories of Perseus, Heracles, Jason, Odyssus, Gilgamesh, Sigurd, Moses, Samson, Beowulf, King Arthur, Cuchulain, Roland and El Cid. 31 full-page color illustrations.
This chronological list indicates: Published Books by Robert Ingpen . 1989 The Great Deeds of Superheroes, Maurice Saxby (Millenium, Sydney).
This chronological list indicates: Published Books by Robert Ingpen – the book title, the nature of the collaboration with the respective writer, publisher and country of first publication. Art and Design Commissions by Robert Ingpen including Mural Paintings, Tapestries, Sculptures and Communication Design. PUBLISHED BOOKS 1972-2018. Peacetimes, with Katherine Scholes (Hill of Content, Melbourne). 1990 The Great Deeds of Heroic Women, with Maurice Saxby (Millenium, Sydney). The Encyclopaedia of Mysterious Places, with Philip Wilkinson (Dragon’s World, London).
The Great Deeds of Superheroes, by Maurice Saxby & Robert Ingpen, (br) Interzone Mar/Apr 1990. Greenbriar Queen, by Sheila Gilluly, (br) Interzone Jul/Aug 1989. The Grey Horse, by . MacAvoy, (br) Interzone Nov/Dec 1988. Guardians of the West, by David Eddings, (br) Interzone Aut 1987. The Hall of the Mountain King, by Judith Tarr, (br) Interzone Jan/Feb 1989.
INGPEN, ROBERT (. (1936- ) (stories). The Great Deeds of Superheroes (with Maurice Saxby) See entry under Maurice Saxby. Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were (with Michael Page) See entry under Michael Page. Folk Tales and Fables of the World (with Barbara Hayes) See entry under Barbara Hayes. The Voyage of the Poppykettle (Paper Tiger 1-85028-054-1, Sep ’87, £. 5, 48pp, hc) Juvenile fantasy novelette. Fully ilustrated by Ingpen.
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Robert Ingpen, Maurice Saxby. Any softcover book which is at least . 5" (or 19 cm) tall, or at least . " (1. cm) wide/deep. 184. tp?Trade paperback.