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Following Freddie’s journey from Stonetown of Zanzibar to a boarding school in India and onto incredible world-wide rock stardom, this delightful and fact-packed addition to the Little People Big Dreams series is a resounding tribute to the Queen frontman.
In this book from the critically acclaimed, multimillion-copy bestselling Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Freddie Mercury, the trailblazing musician who rocked the world!
Born on the tiny island on Zanzibar off the coast of modern-day Tanzania, young Farrokh dreamt of having a fabulous life. When his parents sent him to boarding school in India, he discovered his true talent for singing, as well as a love of playing rock'n'roll songs on the piano.
After school, Farrokh knew he wanted to be a musician. After moving to London, he became the singer of a rock band called Queen... and the rest is history! Freddie became the biggest glam-rock star ever, touring the world and charming the world with his exuberant zest for life.
This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the musician's life.
Publisher: Quarto Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 240 x 195 mm
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I really enjoy the “Little People, Big Dreams” series of books. The people chosen to cover are always interesting and, while obviously aimed at younger audiences, I have often found little nuggets that I was not aware... More
“A superb illustrated mini biography of the legendary Freddie”
My thanks to Quarto Group - Francis Lincoln Children’s Books for a temporary digital edition via NetGalley of ‘Freddie Mercury’ by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara with illustrations by Ruby Taylor.
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Born in Zanzibar, schooled in India (where he learned all about music and singing), then moved with his Family to London where he met new friends who needed a singer for their band. Then he changed his name to Freddie... More
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