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Coll Hazel may be the youngest bard, but he is sent on the most important quest of all - before next wintereve, he must find the mythic Avalon, home of King Arthur, and lay the thirteen sacred treasures to rest. Along Coll's journey, he encounters giants, demons, fairies, merfolk and sealwomen, wizards, witches, wise women, heroes and enchantresses. His travelling companion is the raven, Branwen - funny, opinionated and wise. As they face danger and make new friends, they tell each other tales. These stories are taken from the whole Celtic canon of literature that includes the Mabinogian, the Irish stories of Finn MacCool, and the Arthurian legends, as well as stories from Cornwall, Scotland, the Isle of Man and Brittany.
|Publication date:||1st January 2007|
|Publisher:||Orion Children's Books (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) an imprint of Hachette Children's Group|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Lucy Coats studied Ancient History at Edinburgh University and has a wide and deep knowledge of myths and legends and of Celtic lore and tradition. She worked as an editor of children's books and now writes full-time. She is married with two children. Anthony Lewis lives in Cheshire with his wife Kathryn and their three young children. He has illustrated more than 200 books for children. Anthony Lewis lives with his wife and two young daughters in Cheshire. Since he graduated with a first class honours degree in 1989 he has illustrated and contributed to more than 200 children's books at home and ...More About Lucy Coats