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Gwich a Draig a'r Ffatri Eira [Welsh] [Paperback]

Andrew Fusek Peters

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3 Oct 2007
Lyfr yn llawn lluniau i blant 3-5 oed. Mae Draig a Gwich yn deffro yn y fforest dan orchudd o eira. Maent yn adeiladu ysgol i fyny i'r awyr ac i'r ffatri eira lle mae Angel y Cymylau yn rhoi anrheg arbennig iddynt. Dilyniant i 'Gwich a Draig', ac addasiad o'r Saesneg, 'Dragon and Mousie and the Snow Factory'.

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Andrew Fusek Peters and Polly Peters have written and edited over 110 books for all ages, many critically acclaimed, with rights and co-editions sold worldwide. Their books have been translated into 17 languages. These include poetry collections, picture books, storybooks, anthologies, plays, graphic novels, verse novels and fiction.

Titles include Andrew's new nature writing memoir Dip, a year of Wild Swims and Stories from the Borderlands, just published by Rider Books {Random House}. Currently number 1 Amazon swimming books and briefly number 1 in travel. Dip has featured in You Magazine, Radio 4 Midweek 'A lyrical book' Libby Purves, and on the BBC One Show and the BBC World Service Outlook programme. and in the Independent.

'The writing is so lyrical, full of metaphor, indeed there are moments when words and water fuse together.' Matt Haig, Independent

'Dip tells of a total immersion in Nature, a courageous trust in its restorative powers and an authentic experience of the wild. This is a damn good read.' Paul Evans, Guardian Country Diarist

'the outdoor tradition of English writing stretches by way of Gilbert White and Borrow, Cobbett, Jefferies and Hudson, through Williamson to those few authentic outdoor and nature writers - Jim Crumley, Mark Cocker, Paul Evans, Andrew Fusek Peters - of the present day.' Jim Perrin, Great Outdoors Magazine

Further info can be found on Andrew's new website for photography and writing for adults www.andrewfusekpeters.com.

Polly & Andrew's new children's picture book on the theme of family depression, The Colour Thief, illustrated by the excellent Karin Littlewood, comes out with Wayland autumn 2014. Their new Radio 4 play The Man Who Turned Into A Sofa, airs on July 22 2014. They have written ten trickster folk tales from around the world, with ten superb illustrators for IB International. Andrew's eco fantasy thriller Ravenwood, and its sequel The Glass Forest, are published with Chicken House and 15 countries world wide. 'No wonder it is being described as an epic,' Books For Keeps. Also available as a BBC audio book. Andrew's poetry collection Leaves Are Like Traffic Lights is out with Salt. Andrew and Polly's Shropshire set horror novel Do Not Wake The Devil is out with Pearson.

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