Books by Tolkien
- History of middle earth
- Lord of the rings
- Other works
- The children of Húrin
- The Father Christmas letters
- Catalan (Spanish)
- Hebrew (Israel)
- Latin Hobbit
- Persian (Farsi)
- Books on Tolkien
On two CD’s The Letters from Father Christmas, read by Derek Jacobi. Unabridged, 2 hours 8 mins listening, 30 tracks from 22nd December 1920 to Christmas 1943.
HarperCollins HCCD 1114, 2004. Weight 102 grams.
Soft cover, 2004,19 x 24,5 x 0,8 cm. See and read the beautifully illustrated letters, that Tolkien – on behalf of Father Christmas – used to write to his children.
Weight 347 grams.
Dutch translation of The father Christmas Letters. Hardback, 28 x 22 cm, 48 (not numbered) pages, 389 grams. Illustrations in colour by Tolkien.
First print 1976.
Dutch translation of The Father Christmas letters. Hardback, no dustjacket issued, pages not numbered.
First print 1976.
Weight 387 grams.
German translation of The Father Christmas Letters. Hardback, no dustjacket issued, pages not numbered.
Weight 395 grams.
Christmas is coming, time for the Father Christmas Letters!
Softcover, first print 1978. 18,5 x 24 cm, pages not numbered.
Weight 155 grams.
German translation of The Father Christmas letters. Softcover, 19 x 24 cm.
On the first page is written “Für Oebe, von Inga, Weihnachten 1987”.
Weight 171 grams.
Hardback, no dustjacked issued. Edited by Baillie Tolkien. Letters, that Tolkien wrote to his childres, as if he was Father Christmas himself. Illustrated by Tolkien.
Weight 373 grams.
When his children were young, Tolkien used to send (on behalf of Father Christmas) letters from the North Pole. Here is the Dutch translation.
Hardback with dust jacket, 19, 6 x 25,3 cm, 112 pages, illustrations (in color) by Tolkien, no numbered pages.
First print thus, 2005, Uitgeverij M, ISBN 90 225 4358 7.
Weight 583 grams.