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; Marita Thomsen (Oversetter)

Bob is intrigued by what might be on the other side of the tree. Only once has he been by the tree to have a look, but he didn’t dare go further.

Bob’s friend Hilbert claims that he’s been on the other side of the tree several times. Les mer
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Bob is intrigued by what might be on the other side of the tree. Only once has he been by the tree to have a look, but he didn’t dare go further.

Bob’s friend Hilbert claims that he’s been on the other side of the tree several times. He even says that he’s flown around the world using his own wings, despite him being a dog. Bob isn’t quite sure what to believe…

Bárður Oskarsson’s latest fable teaches yet another invaluable lesson on life’s misgivings.
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Forlag: Darf Children's Books
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781850773276
Winner of West Nordic Council's Children and Youth Literature Prize 2006.
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«“He makes picture books with cool and warm humour that affects both children and adults. His books look like nothing else that is published for children.”;Berlingske;“A masterwork at minimalist storytelling... full of wit and wistful wonder”;Brain Pickings»

Bárður Oskarsson (born 18 July 1972 in Torshavn) is an award-winning Faroese artist, author and illustrator. Early in his career, Oskarsson was an illustrator for the Faroese children’s magazine, Barnablaðið (now known as Strok). At the age of twenty, he illustrated his grandfather Oskar Hermannsson’s children’s novel, Undir tussafjøllum/Under the Troll Mountains (1992). Since then he has illustrated books by several Faroese authors including Marianna Debes Dahl and Guðrun Gaard.

In 2004, he wrote and illustrated his first book - Ein hundur, ein ketta og ein mús / Dog, Cat and Mouse, which was later published in French (2006), Icelandic (2007), Danish (2008), Norwegian (2013), and is set for its English release in 2018 by Darf Children's Books. Oskarsson has since published six other children’s titles in Faroese, including The Flat Rabbit, which has now been translated into ten languages.