The Lambton Worm
North East England famous local legend
by Jorge Lulic
About the Book
Young Lambton never imagined that his Sunday morning catch
would one day terrorise the folk of Wearside.
However, the courageous Sir John returns to his home town
and ensures the Lambton Worm never again wraps itself round
This exciting legend is one in a series of children books based
on North East England folk lore.
Also in this series:
'The Blaydon Races', the famous Geordie anthem in colourful words and pictures.
'The Bamburg Serpent', based on the Northumberland legend ;the Laidley Worm of Bamburgh' - an enchanting tale colourfully illustrated.
'Cushy Butterfield', a traditional folk ballad of a beer-loving Tyneside character.
All books are beautifully illustrated by artist Jorge Lulic and include lyrics and musical score
Features & Details
- Category Children
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Softcover: 9781320495523
- Publish Date Sep 18, 2010
- Language English
- Tags Tales, Story, Children Books, Adventure, Chester le Street, Lambton, Culture, British, Foreign wars, Kings, Knights, Northe East England, Tyne and Wear, River Wear, Monument, Penshaw, Sunderland, Gateshead, Washington Tyne and Wear, Worms, Dragons, England, Durham, folklore, Newcastle, children, legends
Jorge Lulić was born in Santiago, Chile but has lived most of his life in the United Kingdom where he become a British National in 1979. Jorge studied at the University of Durham in England from where he graduated as a Bachelor of Education with a teaching degree in Art and Design and Visual Communication in 1979. Jorge has an extensive career as a teacher and as a freelance artist. In addition to his interest in writing and illustrating children's books, Jorge is a keen photographer, digital, oil and watercolour artist. To find out more visit www.jorgelulic.com firstname.lastname@example.org