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Fanny Flies to France Nelson Bloncourt

Fanny Flies to France By Nelson Bloncourt

Fanny Flies to France by Nelson Bloncourt

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The continuing adventures of Fanny, the adorable flying French bulldog, who wings her way to France with her circus friends to perform in the City of Light

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Fanny Flies to France by Nelson Bloncourt

Adorable Fanny, the French bulldog with ears so big that she can fly, has already travelled to southern California to find her biological mother (Fanny, the Flying French Bulldog); now she decides to take off with friends from the circus who she met on that magical journey to perform in the land of her heritage (she's French, after all). They're on their way to Paris and adventures abound as Fanny travels with them and her special friend, Frankie. Charming illustrations throughout will make this another classic book about the adventures of Fanny.

About Nelson Bloncourt

Nelson Bloncourt was inspired to write this book by the real Fanny and Frankie, and his love of everything French! He has worked as a fashion stylist, a photography agent, and is currently a creative director and consultant. His first picture book Fanny, the Flying French Bulldog was received with a rave review from Booklist. Bloncourt lives in the hills of San Francisco, California. Nikita Polyansky grew up in Russia and began his artistic studies at age eight and has been drawing and designing ever since--from Broadway shows and operas to Saks Fifth Avenue's famous Christmas window displays to an amusement park attraction in Japan. Nowadays, Polyansky works in entertainment and set design in New York City. He lives in New Jersey with his family.

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Fanny Flies to France by Nelson Bloncourt
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