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Written by award winning author, Hilary Robinson (Mixed Up Fairy Tales/Where The Poppies Now Grow), Jasper: Viking Dog is illustrated by Lewis James, a Prince’s Trust Ambassador mentored through Strauss House Productions by award winning illustrator Mandy Stanley.
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Working alongside literary consultants and Viking experts, Hilary Robinson fuses established facts with belly laugh ideas about life as a Viking. We learn that Vikings were keen skiers as well as boat enthusiasts, that wireless technology Bluetooth is named after the Viking leader Harald Bluetooth and that Vikings were rather fond of bleaching their hair!
Told in the form of letters, Charlie Tanner and his dog Jasper want to help the local Viking Museum attract more visitors amidst rumours a Roman Museum might be opening in Bogna. But the mission has Jasper questioning his own heritage.
Through Jasper’s enquiring mind and Charlie Tanner’s diligence, the series allows young readers to engage with a range of topics in a unique and fascinating way.
Future titles will see Charlie Tanner and Jasper find out about Everest, Eco Living and more.
|Publication date:||19th February 2020|
|Publisher:||Strauss House Productions|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers|
Hilary Robinson is an award winning radio producer and author of over 50 picture books. Awards include the 2016 Historical Young Quills Award for ‘Flo of the Somme.’ Radio credits include Private Peaceful for BBC Radio 2 and her series for Barry Humphries Forgotten Musical Masterpieces was listed as one of the top 30 artistic triumphs of 2016 by the Telegraph. Extracts from her book 'A Song For Will and the Lost Gardeners of Heligan' were read on BBC Radio 4. Follow her on Instagram here. Read a Q&A with the author here.More About Hilary Robinson