Word cloud classics from Canterbury Classics - rainbow collection

Word cloud classics, published by Canterbury Classics, are bright, affordable flexibound books all featuring the synonymous word cloud front cover, including key themes and quotes from the books. I adore the colours and the simplicity of the design – as you can see, my collection is growing! They are also more durable than some of the other classics collections around at the moment.

Without further delay, here are all of the word cloud classics in my collection – including where to find them.

Note that these go in and out of stock, so keep checking back if the one you want is currently unavailable.

Victor Hugo – Les Miserables Publisher|Amazon

Charles Dickens – A Tale of Two Cities Publisher|Amazon

Ernest Hemingway- The Sun Also Rises Publisher|Amazon

Kenneth Grahame – The Wind in the Willows Publisher|Amazon

James Joyce – Dubliners Publisher |Amazon

Robert Louis Stevenson – Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Publisher|Amazon

Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol Publisher|Amazon

Classic Science Fiction Publisher|Amazon

Homer – Odyssey (not yet available)

Kate Chopin – The Awakening Publisher|Amazon

Mark Twain – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Publisher|Amazon

H. P. Lovecraft – Cthulhu Mythos Tales Publisher|Amazon

Edith Wharton – The Age of Innocence Publisher|Amazon

Charlotte Brontë – Jane Eyre Publisher|Amazon

Willa Cather – My Antonia Publisher|Amazon

F. Scott Fitzgerald- The Beautiful and Damned Publisher|Amazon

Bram Stoker – Dracula Publisher|Amazon

Mary Shelley – Frankenstein Publisher|Amazon

I also own this beautiful set (though they didn’t make it into this photo due to the slightly different spines!)

Jane Austen Box Set Publisher|Amazon Jane Austen boxed set word cloud classics

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