Please use 1st class post & order by 12pm 23rd January for St. Dwynwen's Day
A book for Welsh learners with a difference! A fun, fully-illustrated 1950s-style picture book with 50+ expressions you can use to practise Welsh with your best friend.
- Language: Both Welsh and English, as well as help with the Welsh pronunciation.
- Format: Paperback
- 148 x 105 (mm)
- 112 pages
The original book was inspired by Frieda, a rescue whippet, who only understood Welsh commands. Anne, as a Welsh learner, realised that she was less nervous about speaking Welsh aloud by talking to her dog, and her Welsh was improving as a result – this gave her the idea of creating a book to help other would-be learners whilst also using her skills as an illustrator.
A Little About the Maker…
Y Lolfa is one of Wales's most prominent printing companies with 50 years' experience. A lovely, friendly company whose work is enjoyed by people across Wales and beyond.
We aim to post your package by the next working day, but if you get your order in by 2pm between Mon-Fri we will try our best to post same day!
Please check to see if your gifts are handmade, as these have longer lead times. You can view this information in the product description tab.
Worldwide Postage: Please note, international postage may vary, the below is an estimate. We cannot post all items internationally so please check the item description.
Please get in touch for an accurate charge for worldwide orders.
UK Postage is free over £50UK Saver Delivery (Delivery aim: 3-5 working days): £3.00
UK 1st Class (Delivery aim: 1-2 working Days): £3.50
Europe (Delivery aim: 3-5 working Days): £4.50
USA, Australia and Rest of World estimate (Delivery aim: 5-10 working Days): £6.00
Remember: We combine postage so the more you buy, the more you save!
You can view your combined postage amount during checkout.
CUSTOM CHARGES: If ordering from outside the EU, you may have to pay Customs Duty, Excise Duty or Import VAT on top of the advertised purchase price. Unfortunately this is the customer's responsibility as we have no control over the charges and cannot predict them.