P is for Poland by Agnieszka Mrowczynska, Prodeepta Das


P is for Poland by Agnieszka Mrowczynska, Prodeepta Das

From Amber to Chopin, from Borsch to Vistula, this photographic alphabet celebrates everything Poles love best about Poland. Set in the heart of Europe and full of lakes, forests and mountains, the country has wild animals which have disappeared from the rest of Europe. Polish history and folk traditions, its storytelling and cooking all combine to make a special way of life that Polish people take with them wherever they go.


'A wonderful series - a simple concept but invariably perfectly executed'

'A thought-provoking journey... In our multi-cultural classroom, this series is ideal to share and enables an appreciation of different ethnic backgrounds and traditions.'

About the Author

AGNIESZKA MROWCZYNSKA was born and brought up in Warsaw, and read English Language and Literature at Warsaw University. She now lives in England where she works as a translator and interpreter, but often goes back to visit her family in Poland. PRODEEPTA DAS was born in Cuttack, in eastern India. He is a freelance photographer and author whose pictures have been published in over 20 children's books. In 1991, Inside India, which he also wrote, won the Commonwealth Photographer's Award. Prodeepta's books for Frances Lincoln are P is for Pakistan (9781847800893), Prita Goes to India (9781845074302), K is for Korea (9781847801333), We are Britain! (9781845071431), Geeta's Day (9781847801128), I is for India (9781845073206), J is for Jamaica (9781845076092), Kamal Goes to Trinidad (9781847800428), T is for Turkey (9781845079987), S is for South Africa (9781847800183), R is for Russia (9781847801029) and B is for Bangladesh (9781845079185).

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 4


Agnieszka Mrowczynska, Prodeepta Das
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Publication date

1st March 2013



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