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Pick the version of the Hobbit that best suits your needs.
A great modern classic and the prelude to The Lord of the Rings, with an iconic cover inspired by Tolkien’s designs.
This charming deluxe pocket-sized edition contains the complete unabridged text and features a beautiful leatherette cover and gilt-edging. The perfect gift for little Hobbits everywhere!
A beautiful gift edition of J.R.R. Tolkien's enchanting tale, fully illustrated by Jemima Catlin.
This deluxe hardcover edition of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic prelude to his Lord of the Rings trilogy contains a short introduction by Christopher Tolkien, a reset text incorporating the most up-to-date corrections, and all of Tolkien’s own drawings and full-color illustrations, including the rare “Mirkwood” piece.
The text in this 372-page paperback edition is based on that first published in Great Britain by Collins Modern Classics (1998), and includes a note on the text by Douglas A. Anderson (2001).
This deluxe collector's edition of Tolkien's modern classic is boxed and bound in green leatherette with gold and red foil rune stamping on the spine and cover. The text pages are printed in black with green accents. It includes five full page illustrations in full color and many more in two colors, in addition to Thror's map -- all prepared by the author.
Great classic. Fun read. The fake leather look has a cool feel to it. Small enough to carry around anywher yet the font was large enough to read.Published 8 hours ago by Rebeca C Ribeiro
You really should read The Hobbit first; it's a little slow at the beginning, but stick to it. Do not give up. This sets everything up for Lord of the Rings and your enjoyment.Published 1 day ago by Betty Peyton
Tolkien is the great writer of the Twentieth Century in English. A professor of language shows why scholarliness is much fun.Published 1 day ago by Mark Loest
So far so good! I am about midway and I enjoy the read! The book is always different from the cinematic portrayal so keep an open mind regarding both. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jackie
Classic tale, far better than the movie I must say. Can read it multiple times and never get tired of Tolkien.Published 3 days ago by Todd D.