Culhwch and Olwen
Culhwch and Olwen
Culhwch and Olwen
Culhwch and Olwen
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Culhwch and Olwen

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Catherine Fisher and Efa Lois
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Age 7-11 | Paperback | 104 pages | 198 x 129mm
June 2024 | Price: £8.99 | ISBN 9781802586459

Content:

A mythical adventure of love and heroism. Culhwch falls madly in love with Olwen, the
daughter of the malevolent giant Yspaddaden Penkawr. But Olwen’s father isn’t happy about the pairing and sets Cuhlwch a test – he must complete several perilous feats and bring him the treasures he desires.

Reviews:

'A beautifully told retelling of Welsh folklore that will entrance and delight.' Zoe James-Williams, Drawing on Books

'Packed with the thrilling peril and magic of an ancient Welsh quest story, this reawakens the magic of The Mabinogion for new generations.' Joanne Owen, LoveReading4Kids

About the author:

Catherine Fisher is a New York Times bestselleing author. Her novel Incarceron was the Times Book of the Year. She has twice won the Tir na n’Og prize, and has been shortlisted for the Blue Peter, Carnegie, Costa and WHSmith prizes. She has published over 35 novels, been translated into in more than 40 languages and is also a prize-winning poet.

About the illustrator:

Efa Lois is an exciting young illustrator, new to the world of books but with significant
experience elsewhere, having produced work for Visit Wales, the National Library of Wales, Cadw, the Tafwyl festival and Cara magazine. Efa has also illustrated several Welsh language titles including Cymry o Fri by Jon Gower and Y Stori Orau by Lleucu Roberts.