Garmann's Summer

By Stian Hole
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, Hardcover, 9780802853394, 42pp.

Publication Date: March 2008

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Description
This unique, award-winning picture book delves into the mind of a young boy who is afraid of starting school.

Summer is nearly over. The old aunts have come to visit, and autumn is in the air. Everything is ready for Garmann's first day of school, but he is still nervous. And he can't believe that he hasn't lost a single tooth yet, despite his best efforts!

Stian Hole has created a memorable and endearing character in Garmann, whose musings about fear and courage, life and death, beginnings and endings, help him understand that everyone is scared of something.

Published in ten languages, Garmann's Summer was the recipient of the 2007 BolognaRagazzi Award, one of the most prestigious international prizes for excellence in children's book publishing, awarded each year in conjunction with the Bologna Children's Book Fair.




About the Author
Stian Hole is a Norwegian author and illustrator. His previous books include "Anna's Heaven, Garmann's Summer, Garmann's Street, " and "Garmann's Secret, " all of which were published by Eerdmans. "Garmann's Summer" won a BolognaRagazzi Award, a Batchelder Award Honor, and earned Stian the Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award.
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