L is for London by Harriet Rowe
  

L is for London

Written by Harriet Rowe

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From daredevil doubledeckers leaping over Tower Bridge to drunken barristers unable to stand up to toast the king, this pocket A-Z is filled with fun and quirky facts about London. Titles already published in the A is for Alphabet series or scheduled include:

L is for London

O is for Olympics

P is for Pirates (Autumn 2012)

Synopsis

L is for London by Harriet Rowe

An A to Z guide to the capital aimed at young children. It captures the sites and spirit of London, from the Crown Jewels to jellied eels and from a beefeater to a bobby. Interesting and little known facts bring the city to life and engage readers big and small.

About the Author

Harriet Rowe is a graduate in illustration from University College Falmouth and currently is studying art therapy in London. Harriet's other titles include I Don't Care! Said Claire written by Karen Hodgson and Scram Sam! (published October 2011).

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Harriet Rowe
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Publisher

Hogs Back Books Ltd

Publication date

17th October 2011

ISBN

9781907432088

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