It’s Bertie’s birthday, and he’s going to have a birthday party! There’s a birthday cake to be made, and decorations to be hung, and games to be played, and best of all, presents to be opened. But where is Daddy’s present? Daddy has hidden it so well, he cannot find it himself.
A tale rich in unforgettable characters and fantastic settings and events, Dwarf Nose tells the story of a little boy whose complaining so angers a wicked fairy that she casts a spell on him. Zwerger’s illustrations evoke all the magic, mystery, and drama of this German classic. Full color.
From the moment he jumps out of mother mouse’s oven, the Gingerbread Man is on the run. He is faster than father mouse, faster than the mouse’s children, even faster than the hare. If it weren’t for a certain deep river and a crafty old fox, the naughty Gingerbread Man would still be running. John […]
Christian Morgenstern wrote this collection of lyric verses and nonsense poetry, and Lisbeth Zwerger’s work is a perfect counterpoint to Morgenstern’s unusual imagery.