Contributed by LordTBT at 10:11PM GMT, 31 March 2008


Urso Brunov and the White Emperor

Penguin has updated their catalogue with the new cover for Urso Brunov and the White Emperor and new exciting plot details!

The first thing to notice is that the title does not include "The Tale of...".

A tiny bear, a colossal adventure

In the middle of a wintry night, deep in the forest, Urso Brunov hears a cry for help carried over the cold winds. Wolves are on the prowl and two young polar bears are lost in the forest. Though he may be the size of a thumb, who is Urso Brunov if he is not the Little Father of All Bears?

Traversing snow-laden forests on the backs of stags and crossing wide seas atop a whale, this tiny yet brave hero returns the two lost polar bear cubs to the Land of Rainbow Lights—and is treated to a grand celebration in the land of ice before returning home in a wondrous moonlit flight on the back of a goose.

And on the cover it looks like we see our White Emperor, a giant polar bear.

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