Frida and Arthur the Dragon in France

By Tatjana Pregl Kobe

Translator: Suncan Stone

Illustrator: Tina Dobrajc

Format: Hardback

Fly on a fairy tale journey with Frida and her dragon; discover the beauty of France and its rich culture and history in this exquisitely illustrated narrative nonfiction picture book.

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Cranachan Publishing

Established at the beginning of 2016, Cranachan is a small independent publisher and a fresh-face in Scottish publishing landscape. They are committed to finding new voices and writing talent for their adult fiction list and their children's historical fiction series, Yesteryear, published under the Pokey Hat imprint. Their Cranachan Education imprint focuses on professional development titles for teachers, as well as classroom resources to support the Yesteryear series. Cranachan pride themselves on only publishing books which excite and inspire them, and firmly believe that ?the proof of the pudding is in the reading.

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Fly to France with Frida and Arthur the Dragon as they visit the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre museum, the Lascaux cave and the Canal de Midi. Discover historical stories and meet famous figures from France's past including Joan of Arc, Napoleon, and King Louis XIV; scientists Louis Pasteur and Marie Curie; literary legends George Sand, Jules Verne, Honoré de Balzac and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry; composer Claude Debussy; singer Edith Piaf and many more.

This exquisitely illustrated book is a fairy tale journey through the beauty of France, as well as a wonderful guide to its rich history and culture.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Hardback
Imprint Pokey Hat
Publication Date 1 Feb 2019
ISBN 9781911279372
Number of Pages 80

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