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The Return of the King Photo Guide (The Lord of the Rings)

by David Brawn, Chris Coad (Photographer), Pierre Vinet (Photographer)

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The official children's pictorial film tie-in to the key characters, creatures and places in the forthcoming film The Return of the King. This official children's storybook, based on the final film in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, follows Frodo's heroic struggle to destroy the One Ring and restore peace to Middle-earth. This official children's storybook, based on the three films in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, follows Frodo's heroic struggle to destroy the One Ring and restore peace to Middle-earth. As the armies of the Dark Lord Sauron come together, Gandalf and the rest of the Fellowship are drawn into the epic War of the Ring, while Aragorn must decide whether or not to fulfil his destiny and claim his place as King of Gondor. Packed with 100 photographs from the forthcoming film, the book offers an exciting and colourful teaser for those too impatient to wait for The Return of the King on the big screen.… (more)
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Coad, ChrisPhotographermain authorall editionsconfirmed
Vinet, PierrePhotographermain authorall editionsconfirmed
Stevens, JamesDesignersecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Sauron's plans for the conquest of Middle-earth are nearing completion.
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The official children's pictorial film tie-in to the key characters, creatures and places in the forthcoming film The Return of the King. This official children's storybook, based on the final film in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, follows Frodo's heroic struggle to destroy the One Ring and restore peace to Middle-earth. This official children's storybook, based on the three films in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, follows Frodo's heroic struggle to destroy the One Ring and restore peace to Middle-earth. As the armies of the Dark Lord Sauron come together, Gandalf and the rest of the Fellowship are drawn into the epic War of the Ring, while Aragorn must decide whether or not to fulfil his destiny and claim his place as King of Gondor. Packed with 100 photographs from the forthcoming film, the book offers an exciting and colourful teaser for those too impatient to wait for The Return of the King on the big screen.

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