THE ASHUNI & THE FROG CHOIR & LEOPOLDINA





THE ASHUNI Far, far away, in the most northern of lands, deep among the thick forests and high hills of the Rowan Woods, stands the Great Queen Rowan. On her branches living there from time immemorial, are the Ashuni folk, tiny but hardworking elfen people of Rowan, with their houses safely hidden beneath fluffy snow caps, away from snooping eyes. Such a good smell is there, of warm pastry puffs with jam! Rowan elves wear white woolen caps with silver bells and beautiful red robes with big buttons. Each Ashuni always carries a cane and has woollen mittens on sweet stre-e-e-etchy string. Ashuns are very fond of jam from the red berries of the Rowan Tree. But to get them in winter is not so easy! Author Kasmir Huseinovic, illustrator Ekaterina Panfilova PAPERBACK, 32 pp, 215x215 mm, full color illustrations NOT AVAILABLE FOR RUSSIA PAPERBACK, 32 pp, 204x205 mm, full color illustrations NOT AVAILABLE FOR RUSSIA A funny story about a swamp, frog, fish, crab and music. Author Kasmir Huseinovic, illustrator Ekaterina Panfilova Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed malesuada faucibus ex nec ultricies. Donec mattis egestas nisi non pretium. Suspendisse nec eros ut erat facilisis maximus. In congue et leo in varius. Vestibulum sit amet felis ornare, commodo orci ut, feugiat lorem.