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Fiction Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Interest Prepack 12-Copy

by (author) Heather Dunphy, Ian Whitelaw, Julie Whittaker & Thomas Craughwell

Publisher
Thomas Allen Publishers
Initial publish date
Jun 2011
Category
Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology, NON-CLASSIFIABLE, General
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    ISBN
    9780887628986
    Publish Date
    Jun 2011
    List Price
    $194.4

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Interest Prepack 12-Copy contains:
3 X History Makers 9780887628429
3 X Old Wives Tales 9780887628412
3 X The Secret Language of Dogs 9780887628115
3 X The Secret Language of Cats 9780887628122

About the authors

Heather Dunphy is a writer and journalist specializing in pets, health, cooking, travel, and lifestyle. A former magazine editor and trained chef, she studied literature and linguistics at Concordia University inMontreal and graduated from the

prestigious Chefs School in Stratford, Ontario. Heather has authored over 300 articles on all aspects of pet care. She has written for publications such as Puppy Scoops, Dog Knows, Healthy Maturity, The AKC (American Kennel Club) Gazette, and Canadian Dog Digest, and is the author of The Secret

Language of Dogs and The Secret Language of Cats.

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Ian Whitelaw and Julie Whitaker are English-born authors and editors now living with their two children on Vancouver Island, Canada, where they divide their time between writing and looking after the horses and alpacas on their small farm. They are both Anthropology graduates of Durham University, England, and have worked on a wide range of book projects.  Ian’s published work includes Habitus Disgustica: The Complete Handbook of Annoying, Rude and Unpleasant Behaviour and A Measure of All Things: The Story of Man and Measurement. He is co-author of, among others, This Is Not a Book: Adventures in Popular Philosophy.
 

 

Ian Whitelaw's profile page

Ian Whitelaw and Julie Whitaker are English-born authors and editors&nbspnow living with their two children on Vancouver Island, Canada, where they divide their time between writing and looking after the horses and alpacas on their small farm. They are both Anthropology graduates of Durham University, England, and have worked on a wide range of book projects.&nbsp Ian’s published work includes Habitus Disgustica: The Complete Handbook of Annoying, Rude and Unpleasant Behaviour and A Measure of All Things: The Story of Man and Measurement. He is co-author of, among others, This Is Not a Book: Adventures in Popular Philosophy.
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Julie Whittaker's profile page

Thomas Craughwell has discussed and debunked urban folklore on the BBC, The Learning Channel, Inside Edition, and over seventy-five radio programs. Along with publications in the Wall Street Journal and Emmy Magazine, he has published three best-selling volumes on urban legends.

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