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ALLEN & UNWIN
Long ago, when bathtubs were rare and even queens had tangles…
Tatterhood is brazen, bold and tougher than troll-hags, but she knows how to charm a cranky prince. The farmer’s daughter has a mind of her own too: she won’t marry the squire, says she, ‘Not even if he was up to his ears in gold – which he isn’t.’
Hill-trolls, villains, princes and squires are no match for the gutsy heroines in this book. They know what they want, and they get it! These tales from Norway, translated and retold by Margrete Lamond, are fresh as mint and twice as saucy – perfect for reading aloud.
ALLEN & UNWIN
A mysterious forest
A faerie kingdom
A greedy villain
A clash of swords
A knight to the rescue
On a morning of midsummer magic the Bear discovers an enchanted world in the heart of the forest. But there is treachery at work and the Bear is swept up in a sinister plot that lands him in the palace dungeons.
After masterminding a crafty escape he leads his new friends into a royal battle – but what hope do they have once swords are drawn?
* There is something peculiar about this book. There are no words! What story could you write to accompany Gregory Roger’s pictures? Send your stories to email@example.com
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