Measures 230 x 275mm, with a thickness of 26mm. 223 pages.
Publisher: Dunmanifestin Ltd
A collection or short stories and writings by master storyteller Terry Pratchett, from the beginnings of his career to Discworld and everything in between - with illustrations by the late Josh Kirby and drawings by the author himself!
A small but perfectly formed collection of Terry Pratchett's funniest and most memorable words about life and the universe - for whenever you need a drop of Pratchett wisdom!
Sir Terry Pratchett's iconic 'Death' ring; a very special piece of Discworld jewellery originally created for the author himself, and featured in many a photograph of the man in the hat. This official 'fans' version of his iconic Death ring features everyone's favourite anthropomorphic personification in sterling silver!
Mind How You Go!
To celebrate the life and works of Sir Terry Pratchett, this special Discworld Diary is perennial publication that can be used any year! and is full of quotes, illustrations and anecdotes from some of those who knew and loved him and his extraordinary body of work. Includes tributes from Neil Gaiman, Rhianna Pratchett, A S Byatt, Emporium founder Bernard...
By the Discworld Emporium!
Life can be complicated, so sometimes it’s good to get an... OUTSIDE PERSPECTIVE!The first official Discworld Journal is full of characters and quotes from the Death series of Terry Pratchett's Discworld books, with ample space in which to write your own life story! Produced by us, the Discworld Emporium, and illustrated by David Wyatt!
- An everlasting exhibition for you to enjoy at home! -The story of our favourite author, told through the objects and artefacts on display at the award-winning Terry Pratchett: HisWorld Exhibition, a remarkable tribute to Sir Terry which opened in September 2017 until January 2018 in Salisbury Museum.
A small but perfectly formed guide to the life and creations of Terry Pratchett - a lasting souvenir produced to accompany the Hisworld Exhibition in Salisbury Museum. This souvenir guidebook includes illustrations by Paul Kidby and foreword by exhibition curator Richard Henry with introductions to the Discworld and its most beloved characters.