A Royal Fairytale by Robin Ink
  

Synopsis

A Royal Fairytale by Robin Ink

A whimsical Will and Kate children's book about a real-life fairy tale to celebrate the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child - the future King of England. Introducing A Royal Fairy Tale: Kate and William, a fun-filled, story of a real-life prince, his beautiful princess, some sheep, a royal romance - and, of course ...a baby! See Kate and Will's romance develop, through their studying days at Edinburgh through to their happily-ever-after wedding. A Royal Fairytale is the perfect way to teach children about the royal family, providing a sweet and heart-warming read. The royal baby story has captured the attention of the nation like nothing else, and with this book children can share the magic for years to come.

About the Author

Ink Robin Ink Robin are an app publisher and software developer, who create engaging, high selling books for the digital market. Their most well known work include: Leonard, Will & Kate: A Love Story and Piccadilly Circus. Adam Larkum Adam Illustrated over 40 books. Some of his clients include: Usborne books, Puffin books, Ink Robin, OUP ,Channel 4 and the BBC. He has illustrated and animated books for the iPad , games for the iphone and has also worked for the V&A and the Science Museum in London.

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Book Info

Format

Electronic book text
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Robin Ink
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Publisher

Egmont UK Ltd (eBooks)

Publication date

3rd June 2013

ISBN

9781780314082


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