The young Jeanne and her cousin Hugh are drawn to a special room decorated with an eye-catching tapestry that pulls the children into a mystical world. The Tapestry Room: A Child’s Romance is a fun and accessible tale about family and friendship.
Jeanne is a young girl who lives in a large old house. Despite its size, she’s often captivated by one room located down the hall. It is covered with tapestry and feels different from every other space. With the arrival of her younger cousin Hugh, she finally decides to explore the room with the fanciful designs. The pair quickly realize their home is more than meets the eye. They embark on a magical adventure that includes enchanted creatures and striking visuals.
The Tapestry Room: A Child’s Romance was published more than a hundred years ago but maintains its flair for childlike fancy. It’s an exciting tale about two inquisitive kids who discover a different world. This is just one of Moleworth’s many entries in the popular children’s genre.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Tapestry Room: A Child’s Romance is both modern and readable.