|Medium||Collectors Limited Edition Giclee Print|
260mm x 195mm image sizze
430mm x 375mm mounted size
Guess how much I love you is the children’s story book written by Sam McBratney and brought to life by the beautiful illustrations from Anita Jeram. The book tells the story of Little Nutbrown hare and Big Nutbrown hare and how love knows no boundaries – I love you to the moon and back. A beautiful sentimental book that has endured for years, first pencilled in 1994 Guess how much I love you has now been translated into 27 languages. For young and old alike, the Collector’s edition prints and rare signed prints make thoughtful and loving gifts.
|Delivery Charges||UK||Europe including Eire & Channel Islands||North America||Rest of the World|
|Mounted artwork & sculptures||Free||£14.95||£24.95||£49.95|
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