One of the twentieth century's greatest playwrights wrote children's stories, which have been lost to history. Until now. "Stories 1,2,3,4" is suite of four long-lost children's stories by one of the twentieth century's greatest playwrights. Newly translated from the French and collected in one beautiful volume, these "silly" stories, as Ionesco called them, will make ideal bedtime reading. Out of print since the 1970s, the four stories are accompanied by dozens of lush full-color illustrations - all of them hunted down and painstakingly restored by the original illustrator.
Publisher: McSweeney's Publishing