This beautiful HarperCollins Children's Classics edition of Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio is the perfect addition to any bookshelf.
When Geppetto carves himself a son from an enchanted piece of wood, the mischievous Pinocchio is born - and a fantastical story begins.
Along the way, Pinocchio is swindled by a fox and a cat, saved by a fairy, turned into a donkey and swallowed by a dogfish, all before he learns what it truly takes to become a real boy . . .
The puppet whose nose grows when he tells a lie has remained one of the most famous children's characters for over a century, and with editions in around 300 languages Pinocchio is one of the most widely translated books in the world.
Complete your library with HarperCollins Children's Classics.
About the Author
Carlo Collodi (1826-1890) is the pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini, an Italian children's writer. His most famous work, 'The Adventures of Pinocchio', first appeared in 1880, published weekly in a newspaper for children. The novel's eponymous character has transcended the page and taken on a life of his own, appearing in films, television, plays, and spinoff works.