The Red Prince by Charlie Roscoe, Charles Jubb
  

Synopsis

The Red Prince by Charlie Roscoe, Charles Jubb

When the young Prince of Zembla is imprisoned by rebels, he needs all the help he can get to escape. As he flees his prison dressed in his red pyjamas, his captives are hot on his heels. But soon he realises he is not alone. The whole land of Zembla has joined forces to help him, each person dressing in red to confound and confuse his enemies. An exciting tale of adventure and escape from the illustrator of The Wall.

About the Author

Charlie was raised in Brighton, studied in Scotland and lives in London. He loves travelling, eating, writing and reading. The Red Prince is his first book. Tom Clohosy Cole studied at Kingston University. He published Space Race with Nobrow in 2012, and his clients include the Sunday Times, the Welcome Trust, Virgin Media, Sony and Pan Macmillan. He lives and works in London. His first picture book, The Wall, was published in 2014. Tom Clohosy Cole studied at Kingston University. He published Space Race with Nobrow in 2012, and his clients include the Sunday Times, the Welcome Trust, Virgin Media, Sony and Pan Macmillan. He lives and works in London. His first picture book, The Wall, was published in 2014.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Charlie Roscoe, Charles Jubb
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Publication date

1st September 2015

ISBN

9781783702213


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