Dragon Feathers by Andrei Dugin
  

Synopsis

Dragon Feathers by Andrei Dugin

The poor woodcutter's son is sent on a mission to the dark forest to pluck three feathers from the dragon's back. Only then can he marry Beth, the rich innkeeper's beautiful daughter. Along the way, he meets several people in need of his help. But will his kindness and bravery be enough to protect him from the angry dragon? This well-known tale is vividly brought to life by the wonderful, detailed illustrations of Olga Dugina and Andrei Dugin.

Reviews

'This is a feel good read with beguiling illustrations that will excite any child and adult. Indeed the illustrations themselves are so interesting and mystifying, hours could be spent deciphering them alone.'

. 'The illustrations, however, are spendidly bizarre. The double page spreads present the romantically embellished medieval fairy world of traditional illustration, but the rural idyll has been subtly infiltrated by the grylli, wheeled hybrid creatures and animated bagpipes and Hieronymus Bosch... The text is nestled in a mysteriously extravagant dreamscape which will keep obersvant children wondering and searching for hours. A splendid book.

About the Author

Andrei Dugin was born in 1955 in Moscow and studied at the Surikov Art Institute. He taught at the Krasnopenskaya Secondary Arts School, where he met his wife Olga. As well as illustrating books and magazines, he has been the chief artist on animated films. The couple live in Stuttgart, Germany. Olga Dugina was born in Moscow in 1964 and was passionate about drawing and painting from her early childhood. She studied at the Krasnopresnenskaya Art School in Moscow, where she met her husband, fellow illustrator Andrei Dugin. She went on to graduate from the Moscow Arts College. The couple live in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Andrei Dugin
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Publisher

Floris Books
www.florisbooks.co.uk

Publication date

10th September 2010

ISBN

9780863157745


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