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Wonder Woman: The Way of the Amazons

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Product Description

Herewith lie the secrets of Themyscira, the home of the Amazon Warriors and their princess, Diana.

When Wonder Woman left paradise to journey to the modern world, she brought with her reproductions of the secret archives of her homeland of Themyscira. Wonder Woman: The Way of the Amazons is a fascinating collection of history and artifacts from Diana’s homeland, which unlocks the mysteries of the Amazons and their hidden island with stunning original illustrations, and wondrous special features including pages that open up, removable treasures, and more. Get a rare glimpse into Amazon traditions and explore their lush and beautiful home, including the exotic bestiary of mythical creatures, kangas, and more. Then follow Diana as she shares her personal tale of entering the modern world and grow from a young Amazon Princess to become Wonder Woman.

About the Author

J. E. Bright, Author: J. E. Bright has written more than 90 novels, novelizations, novelty books, storybook apps, and non-fiction books for young readers and young adults.

Anna Rud, Illustrator: Anna Rud is a comic book artist from a small northern town in Russia who started her career at participating in art contests. At one of it, young Russian comic publishing house Bubble noticed her and invited to work in their office in Moscow as a line artist. After four years she continued her career by working with an agency. Now she is an illustrator and cover artist at Disney, Marvel, and Pixar.

Steffi Walthall, Illustrator: Steffi Walthall is an illustrator and character designer who has always been drawn to strong, fearless women, whether in history or in fiction. Steffi loves human-centric stories and creating images that celebrate and embrace diversity (and usually including a lady with a sword and armor). When not working on an illustration, she can be found searching for inspiration in a book or out in nature with her Polaroid camera looking for another story to begin.