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Fiona French

  • 4 stars across 6 books

    Fiona French attended art college in Croydon, concentrating on painting but she also studied photography, theatre design and sculpture. In addition to Snow White in New York, her other books include Cinderella and Maid of the Wood. She lives in Norton, Norfolk, England.
    2nd November 1989

    Snow White in New York

    This is the tale of Snow White, transposed to New York in the 1920s. Snow White's wicked stepmother uses her position of... More

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    20th March 2008

    Smallest Samurai: A Tale of Old Japan

    Little Inchkin is only as big as a lotus flower, but he has the courage of a Samurai warrior. How he proves his valour, ... More

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    24th August 1995

    Little Inchkin

    A re-telling of a Japanese folk tale, with paintings inspired by 19th-century Japanese prints. Hana and Tanjo long for a... More

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    1st October 2001

    Bethlehem: With Words from the King James Bible

    Twelve glowing tableaux illuminate the timeless beauty of the Christmas story in a kaleidoscope of stained glass. Beginn... More

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    1st March 2006

    Paradise: With Words from the King James Bible

    Twelve kaleidoscopic tableaux portray the Old Testament story of the creation - seven momentous days in which God create... More

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    6th February 2020

    Wild Wolf

    When Bravest Warrior is refused as a suitor by beautiful Proud Girl his heart turns to anger. In revenge he makes Ice ... More

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