Little Sister Rabbit Gets Lost

Ulf Nilsson; Illustrated by Eva Eriksson; Translated by Susan Beard

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  • An enchanting story from celebrated Swedish author Ulf Nilsson and one of Europe's best-loved illustrators Eva Eriksson
  • Beautiful, hardback gift edition with a cloth spine
  • Perfect for families and young children to share

Little Sister Rabbit wants to have her own adventure without her brother telling her what to do. The classic Little Sister Rabbit stories are much-loved bestsellers in Sweden and can now be enjoyed by new generations in English.

Format:
hardback
Size:
216 x 235 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Picture Books
Illustrations:
colour illustrations
Age Range:
From 3 to 6 years
Extent:
32 pages
ISBN:
9781782503774
Publication date:
19 Jan 2017

Description

Little Sister Rabbit wants to have an adventure all by herself. She loves stamping in puddles, building boats and skimming stones without her clever big brother telling her what to do.

But she's having so much fun that she loses her way! Will Little Sister Rabbit be able to find her way home?

From the award-winning Swedish children's author, Ulf Nilsson, and one of Europe's best-loved illustrators, Eva Eriksson, comes this charmingly illustrated tale of independence and sibling love.

These classic Little Sister Rabbit stories are much-loved bestsellers in Sweden and can now be enjoyed by new generations in English. They are beautiful, full colour, hardback, gift editions with a cloth spine.

Author

Ulf Nilsson is a multi-award-winning Swedish author who has written more than 100 children's and picture books.

Eva Eriksson was born in Halmstad in 1949 and is a graduate of Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design. She is one of Europe's best-loved children's illustrators, and has worked with Ulf Nilsson, Margaret Strömstedt, Rose Lagercrantz, and Eva Bexell, among others. She is especially well-known in Sweden for illustrating Barbo Lindgren's successful Max series. Eva Eriksson's work has been recognised with many awards, and in 2001 she was the recipient of the Astrid Lindgren Prize. She lives and works in Dwell, near Stockholm.

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