Meet Dagfrid, Viking Girl!
Many things bother Dagfrid. Her name, for starters. And life as a viking girl isn’t exactly a piece of cake: you have rolled-up braids, like buns, on your ears, you wear dresses that are too long to run with, and you dry fish. In fact, fish is all you eat, even when you’re not a girl. But girls, they can’t even navigate and go explore America.
Well, until now. Because Dagfrid is really sick of dried fish.
Agnès Mathieu-Daudé was born in 1975 in Montpellier. After studying literature and history, she became a heritage curator. She writes novels for adults and stories for everyone, which are illustrated by terribly talented people. She lives and works in Paris, with her children and a rabbit who devours her books.Paperback. 48 pages. 5.5" x 7.25"