Lit for Little Hands: Les Misérables
"Great perils have this fine characteristic, that they bring to light the fraternity of strangers."
Victor Hugo’s classic tale of love, sacrifice, and second chances comes to life for children! Tons of interactive elements invite kids to lift a cart with Jean Valjean, wave a flag with Marius Pontmercy, and avoid the rats in the sewers of Paris. Much more than a primer, Lit for Little Hands: Les Misérables tells the actual story in simple, engaging prose, and fans of the novel will be delighted by the book's attention to detail and clever use of original dialogue. And the book's use of super-sturdy board means everyone can enjoy this beloved tale of the human struggle for one day more . . . and then another!
About Brooke Jorden
Brooke Jorden earned a BA in English and editing from Brigham Young University. The author of the Lit for Little Hands series and other books for children, Brooke is also the managing editor at Familius and the mother of three.
About Olga Skomorokhova
Olga Skomorokhova specializes in editorial and book illustrations and other commissioned and personal projects. Olga is inspired by her travels and the people around; thus, you can see a lot of botanical, architectural, and animalistic topics in her art. She experiments with many different techniques and utilizes various materials to achieve the desired effect.