The Blacksmith and the Giant by Arthur Robins
  

Synopsis

The Blacksmith and the Giant by Arthur Robins

Sam was the best blacksmith in the land, who made beautiful ironwork, all by hand. But he worked for a cruel and mean king who wouldn't pay Sam a single bean. There was also a GIANT, horrible and gory - but I won't go on - or I will spoil the story! A funny fairy tale, with a twist in its tail! For ages 4 to 7.

About the Author

Arthur Robins is a popular illustrator whose work has appeared in countless advertisements, magazines and animations as well as more than fifty picture books. Peter Mayle described Arthur's work as witty, surprising and, in its own weird way, charming. They should put up a statue to him in Guildford. He teamed up with Laurence Anholt for the very successful series and collection: Seriously Silly Stories and this is his first solo picture book for Orchard. He lives near Guildford, Surrey with his wife and two daughters.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 6

Author

Arthur Robins
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Author's Website

www.artrobins.com

Publisher

Publication date

21st June 2001

ISBN

9781841216041


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