Gunnar Lie & Associates no longer represents Nosy Crow

 

As of 27th October 2018 Gunnar Lie & Associates no longer represents Nosy Crow.

Please send all future orders and correspondence to Kate Fragkopoulou: katef@nosycrow.com 

 

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Frankfurt Bookfair 2018

Thank you to everyone that visited us at the Frankfurt Bookfair!

See you at the London Bookfair in 2019 – stand 2A91.

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There’s A Pig Up My Nose – Oscar Winner!

9781405277167               PB               275 x 245mm               32pp

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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story releases in cinemas worldwide from 23rd May

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A Series of Unfortunate Events

Now a hit Netflix series!

Series 2 available to stream from 30th March 2018.

 

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Minecraft

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Vogue On… Series

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Queen in 3D

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Tintin in the Congo is Back!

9782203096509          HB          £10.99

Available from 15th October 2016

Distributed by ORCA

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After a number of years out of print, Tintin in the Congo is back!

In this, the second of the Tintin books, the young reporter travels to Africa, unearthing a criminal diamond smuggling operation run by the American gangster Al Capone (who he will meet again in Tintin in America). 

Tintin au Congo was first published in book form in French in 1931. This translation by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner, the original Tintin translators, includes a fascinating foreword describing the publication history of Tintin’s African adventure, and placing it in its historical context.

In his portrayal of the Belgian Congo, the young Hergé reflects the colonial attitudes of the time… he depicted the African people according to the bourgeois, paternalistic stereotypes of the period – an interpretation that some of today’s readers may find anachronistic. 

This new edition will be shrink wrapped and have a bellyband saying “Collector’s Edition”

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African Travel Guides

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South Africa

Ethiopia

Vine House is distributed by ORCA

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