Icarus, the Boy Who Flew Too High by Katie Daynes
  

Synopsis

Icarus, the Boy Who Flew Too High by Katie Daynes

Things don't look good for Icarus and his dad. They're imprisoned in a tower inside a maze on a rocky island. Can a daring idea fly them both to freedom? This colourfully illustrated adaptation of the classic story from Ancient Greece has been specially written for young readers who have just started to read alone.

About the Author

Katie Daynes

Katie studied languages at Cambridge University and soon discovered it wasn’t just French or Italian she loved, but language itself.

Katie now has two little children of her own and they are definitely her fiercest critics.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Katie Daynes
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2016

ISBN

9781409596868


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