3 Wishes for Pugman (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
48
Utgivningsdatum
2011-07-01
Upplaga
Illustrated ed
Förlag
Wilkins Farago
Medarbetare
Meschenmoser, Sebastian
Illustratör/Fotograf
Sebastian Meschenmoser
Illustrationer
colour illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 247 x 12 mm
Vikt
362 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780980607093
3 Wishes for Pugman (inbunden)

3 Wishes for Pugman

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The grumpy dog Pugman is not having a great start to his day. Then, a fairy turns up to try and cheer him up. The antedote to those seemingly endless fairy books for kids * Introducing a new character: the grumpy, funny Pugman * By the winner of the Dutch Silver Pencil (Zilveren Penseel) Award for the best foreign book illustrator of the year-an award previously won by the UK's Tony Ross, America's David MacCauley and his fellow German, Wolfgang Erlbruch. * A story with a twist in the tail
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The illustrations are deftly drawn in colored pencils, complete with sketching lines that give the renderings depth and maturity. . . . a beautiful title to share with children on a lap or with a small group. --School Library Journal on Waiting for Winter The brilliant pencil work of the author and artist Sebastian Meschenmoser brings to sketchy, scratchy life a charming, idiosyncratic character. . . . These creatures are not slickly cute but refreshingly sympathetic. They do not ask to be admired. They look as if they need a hairbrush--and a cup of hot chocolate. --New York Times on Waiting for Winter

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Sebastian Meschenmoser is one of Germanys' most successful and admired young illustrators for children. He has been nominated for the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis (Germany's Children's Book of the Year Award) and a coveted Lesepter Award. In 2008, he won the Dutch Silver Pencil (Zilveren Penseel) Award for the best foreign book illustrator of the year-an award previously won by the UK's Tony Ross, America's David MacCauley and his fellow German, Wolfgang Erlbruch.