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Inhaltsangabe: Meet a truly groovy chick, a funky, flares-clad fairy-tale hero and a genuine fright of a villain in this hilarious re-working of a much-loved fairy tale. Poor Rapunzel can only dream about the world outside: her Aunt Edna keeps her locked up in their tower-block home. The lifts don't work and Aunt Edna is too lazy to take the stairs, so she uses Rapunzel's extraordinarily long hair to climb in and out of their small flat. Rapunzel's life is confined within orange and brown flower-printed walls with only her beloved records for solace, until one day, to her surprise, a handsome stranger climbs up her hair and a new adventure begins...Set in the glam seventies, this lively retelling is bursting with colourful period detail. David Roberts' exquisite illustrations create a glorious tribute to the era of The Bay City Rollers and "Saturday Night Fever": spot the bell-bottomed trousers, space hoppers and precarious platforms!
About the Author: Lynn Roberts studied theology and publishing. She has written poems and rhyming stories for children, illustrated by her brother David. Lynn lives in Liverpool with her brother's two cats, Oberon and Eugene, who refused to move to London. Lynn has also collaborated with her brother on Cinderella and Little Red (shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award). Fashion illustrator David Roberts was born in Liverpool and studied fashion before moving to Hong Kong to work as a fashion illustrator. David now lives and works in south London where, when not drawing, he likes to make hats. David's Little Red was shortlisted for the 2006 Kate Greenaway Award.
Buchbeschreibung Chrysalis Children's Books, 2004. Buchzustand: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Buchnummer des Verkäufers GRP14764799