In London, at Number 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, you can visit Sir John Soane's Museum. From 1813 until his death in 1837, the celebrated architect and his family lived in this house, along with Mrs Soane's beloved dog Frances, called Fanny. With her friend Mew, the cat next door, Fanny shared many adventures in this mysterious treasure house, and she relates their escapes in thrilling, often hilarious, detail.
The author, Fanny, is a well-heeled dog who lives at 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. In this house full of mysterious treasures, Fanny and her friend Mew, the cat from next door, have many escapades, related here by Fanny in exciting and often hilarious detail. Fanny's owner, Mrs Soane and her husband, the famous architect Sir John Soane, lived at 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2 from 1813 until 1837. Their home is now a Museum and Fanny's grave in the Monk's Yard is much admired by visitors. Beautifully illustrated throughout by Francesca Martin using original 19th century drawings and paintings of the interiors of 13 Lincolns Inn Fields.
Hardback book, 76 pages, suitable for children
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