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das Pappbilderbuchcover ist in vier Abschnitte geteilt, jeder Abschnitt stellt eine Jahreszeit dar, eine Maus, ein Eichhörnchen, eine Ente, ein Fuchs, ein Hase, ein Waschbär, ein Biber und ein Dachs laufen durchs Bild
das Pappbilderbuchcover ist in vier Abschnitte geteilt, jeder Abschnitt stellt eine Jahreszeit dar, eine Maus, ein Eichhörnchen, eine Ente, ein Fuchs, ein Hase, ein Waschbär, ein Biber und ein Dachs laufen durchs Bild
Auf der Doppelseite sieht man den Winter, die Maus und ihre tierischen Freude halten auf der linken Seite Laternen in der Hand und stehen im dunklen Wald, auf der rechten Seite ist Weihnachtszeit, es liegt Schnee und die Maus schmückt ihren Baum

Mouse’s Most Wonderful Year

An atmospheric depiction of the seasons highlighting every month in short charming rhymes and cosy illustrations with an adorable cast of characters.
Throughout the year, little Mouse and their friends Hare, Duck, Badger, Beaver, Owl, Fox, Squirrel, and Raccoon have many wonderful adventures. There are just so many things to do over the course of the seasons and each and every month brings new possibilities: a wild snowball fight in February, a game of hide and seek between blooming hedges in April, splish-splashy bathing fun in July, or kite flying in windswept October. It never gets boring in their little grove!
Category:
Board Book
Type:
Board book
Recommended Age:
2+
Pages:
18
Publication Date:
Dimensions:
23,0 x 29,0 x 1,2 cm
ISBN:
978-3-7348-1595-9

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Author

Norman Klaar was born in the beautiful Rhineland in-between the then capital city Bonn and the cathedral city Cologne in 1980. Today, he writes books for children and tries teaching himself how to draw.


Illustrator

Sébastien Braun was born in Strasbourg, the hometown of Gustave Doré and Tomi Ungerer (his heroes). As a child he spent countless hours drawing, but at secondary school there were no art classes, so he filled his homework with doodles and portraits of his teachers. At university he initially studied history – fortunately, the building was shared with the art department, and when he saw the students sketching, knew he had to change. After that, he spent a few years teaching applied art to sixth formers, before taking the plunge as a freelance illustrator. His first commissions were for magazines in Paris, and when he moved to London, he developed his portfolio for children’s books.